To be considered for rehire, former employees should have left the company for one of the following reasons:
These employees can apply to a position with the company after a minimum period of  months. This excludes employees whose contracts have expired. These can ask for a contract renewal immediately and we may consider them.
Employees who were terminated for cause or abandoned their job aren’t eligible for rehiring. If there are good reasons why such an employee should be rehired, senior management should first approve of the decision.
‘Good’ reasons include but are not limited to:
There are two extra eligibility criteria for rehire. Former employees should have:
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.
When an employee applies for a position or contacts our company about rehiring, the following procedure should be followed:
At any moment, our company may choose to contact former employees proactively. Eligibility should be established beforehand.
This policy applies to former employees who left our company on a permanent basis.