How to rehire redundant employees without the catches

McConnell, Andrew; Thomson, Lindsay
August 2009
People Management;8/27/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p26
The article addresses the legal issues employers should consider before rehiring former employees. Boomerang employees refer to those staff returning to an organisation they had left for better job prospects and are likely the ones whom organisations are attempting to win back. Employers can be liable to claims relating to the previous employment period if continuity of employment is established.


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