Re-hiring a former employee under the appropriate conditions does seem like a good option verses an employee that is completely new to the organization. One may think that the time-to-productivity ratio would be less with a former employee because former employees may know more about the organizations resources, operations, culture, and relationships better than a fresh employee. Therefore, they would have more support and knowledge.
Written by Maurice Fernandes, Manager of Employment Brand & Social Media, Ceridian.
I am always excited about the start of the new NBA season! This year even more so, my home town team captured the imagination of a nation and I’m equally fascinated by the return of LeBron James to Cleveland! Not just as a sports fan, but as an HR professional.
Let me explain, often in HR, the challenge in talent attraction is one of scouring the globe for new and previously untapped sources of talent. Recruiting professionals find themselves exploring new regions, professional and academic backgrounds and other novel areas that might turn up exciting candidates they never considered before.
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