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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rehire.

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Examples

  • The more subtle and more original insight comes near the end of the movie, when the former head of the unwanted division raises some capital, buys the crumbling shipyard back for peanuts and rehires the old crew at half their previous pay.

    It's make-or-break time for manufacturing

  • The Unemployment stats will not turn around inside a time-frame of the current administration, as rehires will be defrayed by elimination of Underemployment -- this means an additional five hours per average workweek, Workweek stats overreport actual hours worked: claiming in excess of 43 hours, when there is a actual Workweek of only about 37 hours.

    Meltzer on the Labor Market, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In fact, because of extremely high turnover, Wal-mart rehires nearly half of its workforce every year.

    Thank heaven (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Neal Wendel , a managing director, says he has "definitely seen rehires directly attributed to the site."

    Boomerang Employees

  • This means the recession can be started with out many jobs being cut at first, it also means that the economy can start to grow long before job cuts stop and rehires start.

    CNN Poll: Obama approval under 50 percent

  • In fact, because of extremely high turnover, Wal-mart rehires nearly half of its workforce every year.

    Thank heaven (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Scott Thomson said the rehires will be inserted into crime hot spots as soon as possible.

    Camden, N.J., to rehire 50 police, 15 firefighters

  • Hillary Clinton, made wild by her snake-bit campaign, has temper tantrums, fires staffers, weeps, rehires them.

    Road to the Nut House

  • Hillary Clinton, made wild by her snake-bit campaign, has temper tantrums, fires staffers, weeps, rehires them.

    Road to the Nut House

  • Hillary Clinton, made wild by her snake-bit campaign, has temper tantrums, fires staffers, weeps, rehires them.

    Road to the Nut House

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