A Note from Q Works

Rehiring ex-employees may seem to go against traditional recruiting and hiring best practices, but given the low unemployment rate and the increase in highly technical positions going unfulfilled, it may be time to reconsider.  

This article takes a look at the rising trend in Boomerang Employees, who they are and how they may be beneficial to your organization. 
We hope you find this interesting and as always we appreciate any feedback 

Joe Woerner
Managing Director
Recruiting Solutions Team
Melissa Coleman,
Account Director,  Lighting Industry 

Bertina Brase,  bbb@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive,  Machinery & Equipment, and Industrial Automation Industries 
Katie Trippe, kpt@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive/ Operations Manager, Machinery & Equipment, Engineering Services and Plastics Manufacturing Industries

Iris Winkelbauer-Hoelzl, imw@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, European companies doing business in the US

Silvia Gray,  spg@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, Automotive Industry 

JoeWoerner, jrw@qworksgroup.com
Managing Director

What are Boomerang Employees and Why Should I Care?
Last month in our  Employment Market Outlook 2017 , we referenced the increase in "boomerang employees" as a predicted trend moving into the New Year.   Simply stated, a boomerang employee leaves a company, works elsewhere for a period of time, then returns to the same company and begins working there again. This may seem like an unusual circumstance, but chances are we will see this trend become more and more widely spread as the number of jobs increase and unemployment decreases.
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