How long do jobs keep non rehireable records?

I worked at the Cleveland Clinic almost 10 years ago and have an interview there. I'm not sure if I was put in as non rehireable since I had to give a 1 wk notice. Does anyone know how long clebeland clinic would keep record of this?

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  • 6 years ago

    Employers keep non rehireable records for life. Businesses have a database with names and social security numbers of individuals who cannot work there. The fact that you have an interview is a good sign. If you were not rehireable you probably would not have been selected for an interview.

  • 6 years ago

    In the age of computers...forever. That doesn't mean the status still applies, but you will need to explain what happened and be prepared for it.

  • tro
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    6 years ago

    it might depend on how crucial your non hire status was

    the reason might be of such importance they would retain the no hire forever

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