re-employment

re-employment

n
the act or an instance of employing or being employed again
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Answering a question in Parliament, Mr Lelatisitswe said consideration for re-employment was determined by availability of positions, saying in addition, the auxiliary function had been declared redundant and all auxiliary staff were re-tooled and re-designated to health care assistants.
Metso will support the affected personnel, for example by offering re-employment services and possible relocation support.
NHS Employers' Danny Mortimer said: "Re-employment within the NHS is not prohibited, but it is not commonplace."
Danny Mortimer, chief exec of NHS Employers, said: "Re-employment in the NHS isn't prohibited but it is not commonplace."
The Department of Labor and Employment said re-employment in the country of Hanjin Heavy Industries workers affected by the company's rehabilitation, a top priority.
Otherwise, employers should consider employees' re-employment and reinstatement rights.
She said anesthetists were being offered re-employment after retirement.
It also suggested that gradual retirement and re-employment opportunities for post-retirement-aged workers as some possible options.
The important new retirement law, approved by the Guardian Council and enacted by the Iranian parliament, could effectively put an end to the decades-long practice of the re-employment of some government workers upon their retirement.
Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA), U.S.
Khanna's appointment to the post is on re-employment and on contract basis until further orders as per usual terms and conditions as are admissible to Deputy NSA, said the order issued by the Ministry of Personnel.