If I'm not mistaken, you need the relieving letter to start at any new place of employment. The fact is, if the above is stated in your relieving letter it would definitely reflect negatively upon you. Even if you were mentally sick, chances are that local laws protect you from people divulging this information. Your best course of action is to consult a ...
Maybe you really had mental sickness? Your description in this question do sound like you may need to consult with a doctor.
what action can I take in india
Skip the job on your CV and move on. Consult a medical professional.
Go ahead and accept conditional job offers, until you have an unconditional and confirmed offer in hand.
A conditional job offer is not a guaranteed one - there is no reason to consider it as one, most likely the other party (the company offering the job) is not.
However, once you have accepted an unconditional offer and have it signed and sealed, you ...
I there a risk the background check company tells one company that I have accepted an offer from another company?
There is always a risk depending on how extensive of a background check either of the companies have asked the background check company to perform. To prevent such incidents in the future, you should not simultaneously accept multiple job ...
I cannot make decisions for you, but if I were in your shoes, I would not think twice to resign and accept the offer from the previous company. The way I see it:
There is no future for you in your current company.
You need to search for a new job and move out as soon as possible, and in current scenario, you already have one offer from your previous company....
You worked somewhere for 7 years without any of the management inflicted problems you now face. They have made you an offer seemingly without taking financial advantage of your situation, and stated that they will review your role later.
It sounds like they really want you back and have found a workable solution.
Grab the offer with both hands, but have a ...
We can't answer this for it, it's ultimately up to you to decide.
But we can offer advice and help you to ask yourself the right questions.
Why did you leave your old job?
What are your chances of finding a new job?
Did you like your old company?
If you liked your old company, my guess was that you moved for a raise?
You said the new job doesn't have a ...