Human Resources/Letter to Rehire


ronel wrote at 2015-03-23 07:16:22
hi good day im ronel polintan i ask if i come back again to joint onboard.i mbeen 2years not work on board in rccl.because i have a family promlem in that time.and im not come back to joint onboard.i just ask if i come back again in rccl because i have some financial credit in rccl i just want to pay it.thats why i want to come back onboard to pay my financial credit in rccl.i hope i had a chanceto work 0nboard min rccl.the reson why im not come back  because i go to the province because my grandmother have sick and nobody cant take care of him.thats why i decide im the one who take care of my grandparents.thanks

juan miguel jaquez del rosario wrote at 2016-02-17 17:10:02
my name is Juan Miguel Jaquez del Rosario

crew member ID 888338 utilitycleaner ship Celebrity Silhouette was working on 13-03-2014 season until 15/01/2015 was a great experience to work all the time I was on board and I had a good performance and good results in the appraisal of my behavior and work, I would like to give me the opportunity to return to work

if you want any information or request please do know as soon as possible

please I hope your answer

thank you

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Stephanie can answer questions on compensation and selection decisions, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action, and using quantitative analysis to examine allegations of discrimination. She is an economic and statistical consultant, not a lawyer; any answers given should not be construed as legal advice.


Stephanie R. Thomas, Ph.D., is the founder of Thomas Econometrics. Dr. Thomas specializes in applied statistics and mathematical economics, and concentrates her practice on the quantitative analysis of employment decisions and EEO compliance issues. For more than twelve years, Dr. Thomas has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 companies, major law firms, and federal and state government agencies such as the Department of Justice and the FBI. She has testified as an economic and statistical expert in mediation, arbitration, and in federal and state courts throughout the United States. Regarded as one of the leading experts on the analysis of equal employment issues, Dr. Thomas is a noted authority on compensation gender equity, the quantitative analysis of discrimination, and the mathematical examination of employment practices in the workplace. Dr. Thomas has extensive experience in the statistical analysis of gender, race and age discrimination claims with respect to compensation, hiring, promotion, termination and other employment practices. Dr. Thomas has authored several papers published in professional journals and regularly speaks to legal and industry groups on equal employment opportunity and affirmative action compliance issues, employment discrimination litigation avoidance, compensation equity, and statistical analysis of employment discrimination. She has been invited to address various chapters of the National Industry Liaison Group, Society for Human Resources Management, and Bar Associations across the country. Dr. Thomas was also a featured guest on a National Public Radio broadcast discussing the gender wage gap and the Paycheck Fairness Act. Prior to her consulting career, Dr. Thomas served on the faculty of New York University, where she taught courses on economic theory and econometrics.

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