Sample Probationary Period Policy Statement

A 90 day probationary period exists to help ensure that the new employee is making adequate progress in learning the job. During this period the supervisor and employee should have close contact in order to promote a strong working relationship. To foster this contact, increased numbers of formal evaluations are made because each employee must demonstrate the ability to do the job for which employed by satisfactory work. Under unusual circumstances the probationary period may be extended to allow the employee to become better acquainted with the job. An employee must receive written notification of any extension of probation. A formal appraisal which is not part of the probationary period will occur at the end of each anniversary year. An employee transferring from one position to another will have a formal probationary period of three (3) months which may, under unusual circumstances, be extended three (3) months. This probationary period is subject to all the conditions outlined above. 23945 Calabasas Rd. Suite 106, Calabasas, CA 91302 818-222-4572
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