The JobManager.reloadCrashedJobs() method fails to reload most crashed jobs each time it is run, this occurs for two reasons:
1. The method only supports reloading jobs that have a related RecurrenceInfo, if it has no recurrence information or if it uses the newer temporal expressions then the job is passed over and not reloaded
2. If the job does have a related RecurrenceInfo then the method checks to see if the next recurrence from now is less than the runTime of the crashed job, this is almost never the case so once again the job isn't reloaded.