1. the act or an instance of employing or being employed again

Words Nearby re-employment

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How to use re-employment in a sentence

  • Job-finding committees were organized in many sections of the state to stimulate re-employment.

  • Labor unions are justified in insisting upon the re-employment of members discharged for a cause which they deem unjust.

    Public Speaking | Clarence Stratton
  • Another circumstance in the last year of his command revived his hopes of re-employment.

    General Gatacre | Beatrix Gatacre
  • The re-employment of such an individual is a characteristic illustration of Eastern manners.

  • That engineers, firemen and switchmen would be treated alike in the matter of re-employment.