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Main question you should know answer for "Is this a normal practice in India for freshers" you mentioned that you are located in India If yes, well, imho, its not fair practice, but what can you do. If not - you need to decide if you want to go along with it to, potentially, get the job Ask yourself "Do you have any prospects now" and &...


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The vast majority of fresh college graduates in India are, to use the industry term, "unemployable". Their academic courses with outdated syllabi have not prepared them to hit the ground running in their first job, and freshers will typically spend months to years learning on the job, initially in formal training periods and later as "junior ...


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If they really intend to follow through on their promises, they shouldn't have any problem putting them in writing. They're lying.


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I obviously have no great insight into their plans, but given the many reported problems with relieving letters, I am inclined to think that they are acting in bad faith and will use the fact that you have started working and the requirement to have a relieving letter lower your compensation. Something along the lines of if you don’t accept this lower offer,...


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They might do this for any number of reasons, not all of which are bad. Here are a couple: It's a scam to get you to work for free and/or reneg on conditions they promised you. The idea is, you go to work, and then you do some work for them without any documents, and when you ask them for your paycheque, they say "what paycheque?" and there's ...


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Legitimate reasons? Questionable. At first it sounds like they are saying "come for an internship; we will give you an offer if it goes well". Which is OK if you are happy taking an internship. (But don't count on the job offer coming). But what concerns me is the "within a few days" Of joining. I can't think of a good reasons for that. ...


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What can be their reasons? Whatever that is/are (P.S - nicely explained in the other answer by mhoran_psprep), you have a very solid reason to decline this and continue with the job search - this is not normal, if not a scam altogether. They can have a thousand reasons / justifications, but you don't have to listen / comply to any of them. An employment is ...


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Even if it isn't a scam. Even if it isn't against the law (which we don't know because the country isn't mentioned). There are still reasons why they would do this. They aren't good reasons, but they are reasons. They expect that people will accept a less desirable pay rate after they have worked there a few days, once they have already invested time in the ...


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