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Rehiring a terminated employeee – required to repost the postion?

Anonymous - Aug 12, 2015
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Often times an employee will voluntarily leave our company. In some cases our client(s) request their skills after they have resigned. If we have the opportunity to “rehire” that individual – are we required to post the position and review all applicants? Typically the rehired employee will work for a specific time period. No other candidates are considered to perform the requested functions. The position requirements are identical to the one they previously vacated.

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