After my last post a month ago, I have been in deep thought and research about returning to my former agency. You can read that post here that’s called “I never go back.”
I had no idea there was a word for it. It is basically a term used to described employees who leave a job and then return at a later time; whether it is months or years down the road. This is becoming quite popular and employers are rehiring employees back who once worked for them. They do so due to the fact they will not have to take the time to train or wait for the employee to settled in. They tend to rehire knowing that the employee who left has gained more experience that can be a benefit to them upon their return.
I have read there are benefits in returning to your old place of employment but I have also read that you are to return just as though you were a new employee. I know there are new people who have been hired since I left that I will have to establish working relationships with and I will also have to reacquaint myself with those I left behind. I will walk in there just as I did the first time full of confidence and my extraordinary personally that seems to melt the hearts of those who come in contact with me.
I now look forward to this new position that brings forth new challenges and adds more diverse experience to my career.
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