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Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

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  • Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

    Okay, I have a restricted rehire in attractions, and I did _not_ make it past my probationary period. When I went back to reapply the first time, they told me I needed to have work experience somewhere else, blahblahblah, been there, done that.

    My question is, should I go into the interview prepared to explain myself and my actions in the past? Should I bring it up at all? If they bring it up, what should I say? (since I remember her looking in my record and saying 'Im concerned about this this and this)

    Any advice would be helpful

  • #2
    Re: Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

    Depends on what you did. So you know you're not going back to attractions so go in there with your head up high, even though we aren't really hiring do it anyways, and don't say anything. If they bring it up, explain.

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      Re: Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

      Originally posted by EliteGCUnit View Post
      Depends on what you did. So you know you're not going back to attractions so go in there with your head up high, even though we aren't really hiring do it anyways, and don't say anything. If they bring it up, explain.
      Honestly? I had a guest complaint from an APer who harassed our attraction, I didn't now how to reset an E-Stop (I was switched between Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Flicks Fun Fair, it had been awhile since working attractions and I had never had to do an E-Stop before) and um 2 attendance issues. One was a day I had to take my grandfather to the hospital and the other I fainted on the job.

      None of these are excuses, I'm laying out what I did. I've heard of people who have gotten fired before getting rehired, so, why not me, ya know?

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      • #4
        Re: Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

        just tell the truth about everything..
        just do what you think...

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        • #5
          Re: Restricted Rehire Rehiring Question

          Originally posted by whitealexander View Post
          just tell the truth about everything..
          Thanks Alex. I'm just grateful it's not a 'No Rehire' status =) that means I still have a chance

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