Effective handling of probationary periods
- Dismissal at end of probationary period letter£4.99Download
When dismissing a staff member at the end of a probationary period, the employer will need to send the employee a letter stating that their employment was subject to the satisfactory completion of a probationary period.
- Extension of probationary period letter£4.99Download
If you need to send a staff member a letter extending their probation period, then it should contain a list of reasons as to why the probation has been extended. It should also explain to the employee that if they fail to meet the required standards then their employment may be terminated.
- Confirmation of employment and end of probationary period letter£4.99Download
If, at the end of his or her probationary period, an employee’s performance is satisfactory, the employer should write to the employee confirming his or her employment.
- Probationary periods policy£4.99Download
The aim of the Probationary Period Policy is to provide a framework within which employees are helped to reach and maintain acceptable standards of performance, conduct and attendance.
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