An Employers Guide to understanding probationary periods.
A probationary period is a contractual period of time between an employer and employee, it is usually for the first three/six months of an employee’s new employment. It can be referred to as a trial period for both employer and employee.
- WHY SHOULD EMPLOYERS MAKE USE OF A PROBATIONARY PERIOD?
- DO EMPLOYERS HAVE TO SET A PROBATIONARY PERIOD?
- CAN AN EMPLOYEE BE DISMISSED WITHIN THEIR PROBATIONARY PERIOD?
- WHAT IS THE NOTICE DURING PROBATIONARY PERIOD?
- HOW DO EMPLOYERS MANAGE THE PROBATIONARY PERIOD?
- ENDING AN EMPLOYEE’S PROBATION PERIOD.
- EXTENDING AN EMPLOYEES PROBATION PERIOD.
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An Employers Guide to Carrying Out Investigations.
An Employers Guide to Supporting Transgender Employees in the Workplace.
An Employers Guide to Long Term Sick (LTS).