(名詞/可數) 回力鏢員工；回鍋員工 － 再回到過去曾經任職過之公司擔任員工的人。
Returning workers are also more likely to be given short shrift: coming back to a past employer means there is greater pressure to perform compared to new starters. "Although boomerang employees generally tend to be better performers, they're also more likely to be fired than external hires – managers expect them to know the organisation right away," says Keller. "While new starters may be given the benefit of the doubt, a re-hire not living up to expectations is more likely to be laid off."
[bbc.com/worklife, 9 August 2022]