By Jon Hyman
Jun. 21, 2016
LeBron James is the world’s greatest boomerang employee. He left Cleveland for Miami in 2010, returned in 2014, and delivered The Land our promised title on June 19.
What is a boomerang employee? It’s one that leaves an organization and returns to that same employer at a later date.
According to a recent study conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and WorkplaceTrends.com, more employers are embracing boomerang employees.
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