Since Fidelity has been spreading the news about hiring about, it sounds like, 1.5 million people, have they rehired any people previously laid off?
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You can be re-hired if you left in good standing, with a job elimination. If you take a lump sum vs a severance then they can put it in your contract to not be rehired by them. But you’d need to have a bad rating.
What is the re-hire policy anyways?
Not if those laid off people are anywhere close to 40.
anyone with any type of tenure or longevity is pushed out the door. They only want young people now and it shows.
Fidelity has this agile fantasy hiring path that no coronavirus will stop. On the other hand, they have the real need for people simply answering phones, as they are trying to transition and k–l the phones as much as possible.
They need people to answer those horrible phone calls in the sweat shop.
All the openings look to be entry level, except for maybe technology
None that I’ve seen. They are posting roles of longer term people where the job was “eliminated” with years of stellar reviews. Tell me how that works...