Recently, CIO Magazine wrote a piece entitled ‘7 reasons to hire back the right former employees.’ Citing information from a 2015 Kronos study about changing mindsets, the survey of more than 1,800 human resources professionals and employees acknowledges that employee engagement should not end once the working relationship is over – especially between high-performing alumni and organizations with a strong corporate culture.
The key 7 messages in a nutshell?
- High performers get priority: rehire those who left your company in good standing.
- Choose wisely: be selective and remember, sometimes you need a fresh perspective as much as an alumni.
- Reduced on boarding: former employees don’t need as much training as new employees.
- Reducing risk: if employees are already comfortable with the culture, they can be more productive on their first day.
- Sending the right message: rehires can be a morale boost.
- Have an alumni strategy: if you want to maintain the relationship, you need a strategy to do so.
- Start early: long before an employee becomes an alumni, the platform and strategy needs to be in place.
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