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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notification of probation period review meeting
    ... stage, it's worth having a review meeting with the employee. That way, you can give them constructive feedback on their performance and conduct, highlighting any areas which were unsatisfactory or would require improvement, and in turn they can set out their opinions on their job and working conditions. No legal requirementHaving a review meeting isn't a legal requirement but it can be useful for both parties. If you're going to dismiss the employee or extend their probation, they'll have a better understanding...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Probation period review form
    Probation period review formAt the end of an employee's probationary period, your three options are to confirm their appointment, extend probation or dismiss them. Our probation period review form allows you to formally assess their performance and conduct to assist you in taking a decision. Only extend probation if you've a contractual right to do so.End of probation reviewWhen an employee comes to the end of their probationary period, you'll need to formally review their performance and conduct. In fact, you've...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Probation checklist
    Probation checklistThis checklist will help you successfully operate probationary periods to ensure that new recruits are up to the job.  It contains two sections; the first deals with setting up a probationary period, while second covers its operation.Why are probationary periods useful?When taking on new employees you might provide for a probationary period in order to enable you to assess their suitability for the employment. This is usually three to six months, although it could be longer or shorter. However,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Probation period clause
    Probation period clauseIt's common for new employees to be subject to a probation period, during which time you will closely monitor their performance and conduct. However, be aware that labelling an employee as a "probationer" has very little effect on the employer/employee relationship.On probationIt's always advisable to make a new employee subject to a probationary period, usually three or six months, (but it can be longer or shorter), in order to enable you to assess their suitability for the employment....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Satisfactory probationary period letter
    Satisfactory probationary period letterUse our satisfactory probationary period letter to confirm an employee's successful completion of their probationary period. If the employee was subject to a lesser notice period during probation, make sure they understand that the greater notice period will now apply to their continued employment.Satisfactory completionThe majority of employees who are subject to a probationary period will be entirely satisfactory and you will therefore wish to confirm their appointment...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Extension of probationary period letter
    Extension of probationary period letterWhere a probationary employee is not achieving the standards of performance or conduct that you expect, you might wish to consider extending their probationary period. In this case, you will first need to check the position on extension under the employee's contract of employment.Probationary periodsWhen taking on new employees you might provide for a "probationary period" in order to enable you to assess their suitability for the employment. This is usually three to six...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Dismissal at end of probationary period letter
    Dismissal at end of probationary period letterIf an employee's performance or conduct has been more or less unsatisfactory from the outset and you wish to dismiss them during or at the end of their probationary period, you can write to them confirming their dismissal on notice.DismissedWhen taking on new employees you might provide for a "probationary period". This is usually three to six months although it could be longer or shorter. If an employee's performance or conduct is unsatisfactory during their probationary...
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