- Aug 1, 2019
1) they won’t care as long as the dates are factual and correct. Short term work placements happen all the time. The only issue would be if you present false employment dates that inflate the period of time you worked there.So basically I quit my summer job at a company after a few weeks. I have a few insight days coming up and they refused my holiday for those days, so I never turned up again. I don't need to give notice if I've worked there less than a month.
But the problem is I've worked for this company in the past, so if I put down the previous time I worked there as work experience, if they get a reference, 1.) they will find out that I left my job so soon, 2.) it could say I was dismissed for 'gross misconduct' for unauthorised absence, as they had to do what they had to do to remove, 3.) that I never told them about the second time I worked there.
sorry, I know that's worded bad
2) It would only state that if you had been charged by the employer with gross misconduct. The previous employer would have had to notify you if that was the case. The previous employer could state your employment was terminated on the grounds of unauthorised absence though if that is ultimately what happened. However, if you are concerned about it, one option is not putting the employment down on your application (but then make sure it’s not on anything publicly available like LinkedIn).