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Union sources said the agreement will let those ex-employees to apply for their rehiring.
In secretly rehiring hundreds of locked-out employees under false identifies, Ralphs allegedly falsified thousands of employment records, including forms filed with government agencies such as employment eligibility forms, employee withholding allowance certificates and income tax statements.
A caveat: Only rehire those with satisfactory performance; don't cause yourself grief and possible future UI rate increases by rehiring employees with mediocre performance
So far, the Bolshoi's management has refused to heed the recommendation, and Russian culture minister Mikhail Shvydkoi has cautioned the sweets-slurping assoluta that, despite her possible rehiring, she can no longer expect to dance the principal roles in Swan Lake with the company.
When she saw the "quit in lieu of discharge" note, Bockmiller determined that Hernandez was ineligible for rehire because of the company's blanket policy of not rehiring employees that were fired or that resigned in lieu of termination.
Raytheon rejected the application because it had an unwritten policy against rehiring employees who violated workplace conduct rules.
Hughes rejected his application, citing a company policy against rehiring former employees discharged for misconduct.
But the Court stopped short of deciding the extent of the ADA's protections to rehabilitated drug addicts if they are disparately impacted by the rehiring policy.
The employer makes the decision not to rehire pursuant to a corporate policy that uniformly prohibits the rehiring of employees who have been terminated or who have resigned in lieu of termination because they violated a company rule or regulation.
Fessio responded by founding Campion College near the USF campus (Campion being a Jesuit martyr under Elizabeth I), and rehiring the Institute's old staff to teach the old curriculum.
The midsize shipbuilder, which illegally obtained 477 million yen in central government subsidies for employee retraining and rehiring at its Sasebo shipyard in Nagasaki Prefecture, said it has cut its net profit projection to 1,723 million yen on a parent-only basis.
The Company hopes to staff the positions by rehiring workers laid off in previous restructuring efforts affecting Plant One and Plant Four in Kannapolis.