Tales of 'boomerang' employees on the rise

Lee, Karen
May 2000
Employee Benefit News;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p63
Deals with the labor trend called `boomerang employees' in which employees who quit their jobs decide to return to their former companies. Percentage of the workforce in the United States composed by boomerang employees; Role of the employee shortage in the trend; Reasons of ex-employees for returning to their former companies; Impact of the trend on attitudes of employers.


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