Managing Probation Follow

 

 Pre-requisites: GoMBC Employee Role

 

Topics Covered
Employee Probation

Target Users
All Employees

Required Permissions
Employee Role

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Managing Probation

As a new LE Staff member, you will likely need to serve a probationary period. During this time, you have the opportunity to demonstrate an ability to perform the job for which you were hired.

Your Rating Supervisor will record when this Probationary Period begins in your Annual Work Plan.

During the probationary period, your Rating Supervisor will evaluate your actual job performance to determine continued employment with the mission.

You must successfully complete the probationary period for continued employment. When the probationary period ends, your Rating Supervisor can Certify a recommendation of continued employment, Request Extension of the probationary period, or identify that the assigned duties have not been adequately performed.

View Probationary Period Information

The probationary period is recorded in your AWP. Find your AWP by selecting My Current Documents from the main menu, then select View AWP.

Find your document then select the appropriate action.

In the Probationary Period section of the AWP, view the dates of the probationary period and any certifying information. 

Ending Probation

When your probationary period ends, your Rating Supervisor has the options listed below. In the Probationary Period section of the AWP, you will see if the Rating Supervisor has selected certified the probationary period or requested an extension.

Completion of probation and continuation of employment

If you have performed satisfactorily during the probationary period, your Rating Supervisor will certify their recommendation for your continued employment.

Extension of the probationary period

Subject to local law, if your Rating Supervisor needs further evaluation of your ability to perform your job, they will ask HR to extend the probationary period. Your probation can only be extended once.

Separation

Subject to local law, if you do not perform satisfactorily at any time during the probationary period, your Rating Supervisor may decide not to recommend your continued employment.

 

 

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