The BBC has re-hired six members of staff less than two years after they were given lucrative redundancy pay-offs.
The six are among more than 1,000 employees who received severance packages worth up to hundreds of thousands of pounds after being made redundant in the past two years.
But they are now back at the BBC on a full-time basis, enjoying a full range of perks and pension benefits on top of their new salaries.
One of those reinstated by the BBC was laid off only last year.
The Corporation may have also re-hired dozens of other laid-off staff as freelancers. Read More