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  • Question about rehire status

    I went in to see about getting rehired at Disneyland. I got a small sheet of paper from the girl beind the counter. Under rehire status there are two sections. The first section has Y N R - she circled Y (yes) for me, and let me know that I was eligible for rehire. The next section has a V and an I - she circled the V....Does anyone know what the V stand for???

    Thanks!

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    Re: Question about rehire status

    Voluntary/Involuntary

    I think. I had a friend that had a Voluntary rehire status, and Voluntary meant that it was up to the recruiter if she were to be rehired.
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      Re: Question about rehire status

      I've never worked there, but I think maybe you're partly right. Voluntary probably means you quit, or chose to leave. Involuntary means that you were fired from your last position. My best guess, anyway.
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        Re: Question about rehire status

        Thanks for the help!

        Voluntary/Involuntary makes sense. I worked travel reservations for two years back in 2003. I gave two weeks notice and left on good terms, so I'm thinking it means that I voluntarily left my position, and wasn't fired.

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