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Moving a seasonal employee to a full-time role

Anonymous - Jun 26, 2015
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We are an area retailer with peak seasons. Because of that, we will often hire seasonal workers. In the past, we would post a req for seasonal workers, and if the indivdiual turned out to be a solid performer, we would transition him/her into a full-time role without re-posting the position. In light of the new regulations, and our need to count openings and fills, are we better off posting a req each time we move a person from a seasonal role to a full-time role? If we include language in the original posting (for the seasonal help) that the opportunity could turn into a full-time role, are we satisfying our posting obligations, provided we also post the opening through ESDS?

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