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From Human Resources (G08), choose Employee Information
From Employee Information (G08E1), choose Termination/Rehire
In some cases, you might need to rehire an employee that previously worked for your organization. For example, a ski resort might terminate all seasonal employees at the end of each ski season and rehire those employees at the beginning of the following season.
When you rehire an employee, you can:
Attach the employee's record to a requisition
Update employee information
Update position budget information
Locate the employee.
Complete the following fields:
Change the following fields from an alphabetic to a numeric code:
Delete the information in the following fields and press Enter:
Expected Recall Date
Move to Applicant Pool
The system displays History and Turnover Information ONLY.
The system displays Employee Assignment.
Requisition Number to be Filled
Filled Requisition Status
|Date Started||The date on which the employee actually reported to work for the most recent period of hire. When an employee initially begins working, the default is the original hire date. If no original hire date exists, the system uses the current date. This field can be updated multiple times if, for example, an employee is a seasonal worker.
For the calculation tables in Payroll and the eligibility tables and date codes in Human Resources, the system also uses this date as a start date when it calculates deductions, benefits, and accruals.
|Employment Status||A user defined code (07/ES) that identifies an employee's status within the company. You can change the default codes or set up new codes to meet the needs of your company. For example:
1 – Full-time temporary
2 – Part-time temporary
3 – Part-time regular
4 – Seasonal
5 – Casual
|Original Hire||The date on which the employee was originally hired by the company. If the employee was terminated and subsequently rehired, the new start date will be represented by data field Date Started (DST).|
|Effective Date||The date that the current status of a candidate requisition becomes active.
When you enter or change a position ID for an employee, the system updates the position status on the date that you enter in this field.
|Requisition No. to be Filled||The number that identifies the requisition. This number must be unique. The system automatically assigns a unique number if you leave this field blank when you enter the requisition.|
|Filled Requisition Status||The current activity level of a candidate that is attached to a requisition. The system retrieves these codes from user defined code table 08/CN.
You can group candidate requisition status codes based on the hard-coded Special Handling Code values in the table. These hard-coded values are:
CAN – Any candidate code
DET – Any code indicating that the position is detached or no longer filled
FIL – Any code indicating that the position has been filled
REJ – Rejected
TMP – Temporarily filled
Candidate requisition status codes that have special handling codes of either FIL or TMP update the Filled Headcount field. However, only those status codes that have special handling codes of FIL can cause the system to change the requisition status to "Filled and Closed."