This section will explain what makes someone not eligible for rehire. Employees who were terminated for cause or abandoned their job aren’t eligible for rehiring. If there are good reasons why those employees should be rehired, senior management should first approve the decision.‘Good’ reasons include but are not limited to:
- Court decisions that oblige our company to rehire an employee.
- Reliable proof that employees’ conduct will no longer be problematic. In this case, our company doesn’t guarantee to rehire but may consider it.
Two more variables need to be checked to see if a former employee is eligible for re hire. Former employees should have:
- Completed their probationary period when hired.
- Performed adequately while employed by our company.
Employees who accepted a job offer but didn’t show up on their first day won’t be considered for rehiring for a period of  months. This doesn’t apply if they had serious reasons for not showing up (e.g. medical emergencies).If our company decides to consider retired employees for rehire, we will check and comply with relevant legal regulations.