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re-employverb [T]

also reemploy uk   us   HR
to give a job in a particular organization to someone who has worked there before: He told the 3,000 staff they were being made redundant, but hoped some might be re-employed by the stores' new owners.
re-employment
noun [U]
She refused the offer of re-employment under a new contract.
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