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Cargill changes re-hiring policy after firings over prayer dispute
The 100-plus Somali workers fired by Cargill Meat Solutions in Fort Morgan during a workplace prayer dispute in December will be able to reapply for jobs at the beef plant later this month, should they want to come back.
Wichita-based Cargill Inc. said Friday changes to company policy will allow any employee terminated for attendance violations or job abandonment to reapply "for potential rehiring" 30 days after his or her termination date.
Previously, former employees had to wait six months before they could reapply.
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