No rehire !!!!!!!!!! - page 10

Can I ask everyone which hospitals in Dallas have the practice of labelling their employees as No rehire? If there is no offence on the part of the employee and they served their notice period but... Read More

  1. by   AnnoyedNurse
    If your DO-not-rehire status is preventing you from getting a job then you need to reach out to the manager who you worked for. In my first nursing job I had to resign after 6 months due to a family emergency. I was also unable to give proper notice. I was with this hospital for 3 years before becoming a nurse. When applying for a new job, I was honest that I didn't give notice. They asked for my permission to speak to my former manager. I texted my manager and she vouched for me even tho I was not rehireable as my only infraction was not giving proper notice. Although my situation was different and my former manager empathised with me. Further, she mentioned if I ever reapplied and I had a good new references she would reconsider taking the no rehire label off. Reach out to your manager and talk to her- if she's a human and you're honest with her andnlevel with her, she may reconsider.
  2. by   Ben_Dover
    Second post:

    Wow.... we're on our "10th page... LOL
    I do want to say, if there is such a thing as "not for re-hire", it does sound unfair; But as a person (not just a manager) I would still help that RN or other people find a job. If or when I do get a call for a "Professional Reference" from an HR or Recruiter, I won't say anything negative about the people they are inquiring about - I always just follow our protocol: i.e. Provide time of employment and salary and if they ask or require more questions that I can not answer, I'd simply refer them to our HR.

    They do need a job, we all will be working with someone's who's ****** or a jerk, as long as they are not endangering the lives of others, I'll give them a chance.
  3. by   tacticool
    Excellent!
  4. by   kcjs3yahoo
    This happened to a friend of mine who happened to work at a hospital for 15 years. She left on good terms to explore travel nursing. She found out as she was applying with travel agencies between assignments ( which most travelers do) that the hospital had put her down as a do not rehire. She contacted an attorney due to she had excellent performance reviews and had never been disciplined. Yet this hospital labeled her as a do not rehire. It was quickly rescinded when the attorney contacted HR at the hospital and asked for her personnel file and for them to show just cause for the label of do not rehire. No she wasn't "owed" a job but she also had done nothing wrong and this was impacting her in finding employment. Yes this was in an "At Will State."
  5. by   JKL33
    Quote from kcjs3yahoo
    This happened to a friend of mine who happened to work at a hospital for 15 years. She left on good terms to explore travel nursing. She found out as she was applying with travel agencies between assignments ( which most travelers do) that the hospital had put her down as a do not rehire. She contacted an attorney due to she had excellent performance reviews and had never been disciplined. Yet this hospital labeled her as a do not rehire. It was quickly rescinded when the attorney contacted HR at the hospital and asked for her personnel file and for them to show just cause for the label of do not rehire. No she wasn't "owed" a job but she also had done nothing wrong and this was impacting her in finding employment. Yes this was in an "At Will State."
    Most excellent. That is precisely what I would do if I experienced this.

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