Previous employment details refer to the information about an employee's work history before joining the current organization. The information typically includes details such as the name of the previous employer, job title, job responsibilities, and employment dates.
To add an employee’s previous employment details, the admin must perform the following actions:
- From the greytHR Admin login, navigate to Employee > Information > Previous Employment. The Previous Employment page appears.
- From the Search Employee search box, search for the employee whose previous employment details you want to add to the greytHR database.
- On the Previous Employment page, click Add. The form appears.
- In the Company Name text box, enter the employee’s previous company name.
- In the Designation text box, enter the employee’s designation in the previous company.
- From the From Date and To Date dropdown calendar, select the period for which the employee worked in the previous company.
- Based on the dates selected, the Relevant Experience box displays the number of years of the employee’s experience in the previous company. You can also edit the Relevant Experience.
- In the PF Member ID box, enter the employee's PF number provided on the payslip as per the government norms.
- In the Company Address text box, enter the employee’s previous company address.
- In the Nature of Duties text box, enter the job roles and responsibilities the employee was performing in the previous company.
- In the Leaving Reason text box, enter the employee’s reason for leaving the previous company.
- Click Save to save the employee’s previous employment details. The Previous Employment page now displays the previous employment details of the selected employee.
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