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rehire

verb as in reinstate

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Next, we move to baseball’s offseason, during which the Miami Marlins made a historic hire.

So it’s no surprise that FedEx is hiring 70,000 people to meet holiday demand.

In October, The Maine Monitor and ProPublica found that the agency’s executive director, John Pelletier, had hired felons to represent criminal defendants and had misled lawmakers.

He recently was rehired by the Red Sox, and Hinch was hired by the Detroit Tigers.

The Washington Football Team continued to build its executive ranks Monday by hiring Andre Chambers to the newly formed role of chief people officer.

After the ballots are certified Friday, the council plans to rehire Moore as police chief.

We need a system that creates jobs and innovation, and removes these barriers for entrepreneurs to go out and rehire people.

And incidentally, I had learned another lesson, and that is, never rehire a discharged employee.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rehire, such as: bring back, reelect, reestablish, reintroduce, renew, and replace.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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