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Friday, November 8, 2019

No-rehire list?

Anybody in HR....uhhhh....Strategic Human Resources Management (man we're pretentious) ever here about a "no rehire" list?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is someone asking about Ed Moses by any chance?

Humor aside, when I took the buy out in 2013 I was told I could not come back to the lab for at least 1 year. Hopefully the fellow that was caught stealing copper for a number of years would be on that list if it exists.

Anonymous said...

No but if you steal or violate security protocol I would imagine you could be on such a list.

Anonymous said...

"Anybody in HR....uhhhh....Strategic Human Resources Management (man we're pretentious) ever here about a "no rehire" list?"

Why would HR (SHRM) have such a list? Any "no-hire" or "black list" would have very limited non-paper management participation probably at the division level of the hiring organization. A broader recipient list (SHMR), would be too vulnerable to disclosure.

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