Job Contracts

Old Sep 3rd 2005, 7:14 pm
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I was employeed in company starting from 1999 till 2001. And we had an oral contract not a written one. But I Can manage to get employer reference letters with the official seal of the company. Does this suffice or does this make CIC not to count this job period? Do you think that I should state this in a cover letter saying that the company did not give me a written contract?
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I was employeed in company starting from 1999 till 2001. And we had an oral contract not a written one. But I Can manage to get employer reference letters with the official seal of the company. Does this suffice or does this make CIC not to count this job period? Do you think that I should state this in a cover letter saying that the company did not give me a written contract?
The letter should do in most cases. They will check it out.
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Old Sep 4th 2005, 11:16 pm
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Thank you Jim for your reply,

I just would like to know if I should state the fact of the oral contract in a cover letter or it is not an important issue to mention.

I do have another question: After leaving the first company, I have been employed in another company starting from Februray 2002 till date. The first 4 months were considered to be a probation period and then I have signed the contract in June 2002. So do you think I should count those 4 months or not?
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Originally Posted by fomar
Thank you Jim for your reply,

I just would like to know if I should state the fact of the oral contract in a cover letter or it is not an important issue to mention.

I do have another question: After leaving the first company, I have been employed in another company starting from Februray 2002 till date. The first 4 months were considered to be a probation period and then I have signed the contract in June 2002. So do you think I should count those 4 months or not?
You should claim everything for which there is some proof such as salary deposits etc and explain why the contact starts at a slightly later date.
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