Probationary Period
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Probationary Period

A probationary period is a limited period of time after the employee commences work during which
either party has the right to terminate the agreement. In some jurisdictions, termination can occur
without notice or compensation (other than wages owed for hours of work already completed).
Many employers require their employees to successfully complete a probationary period before
offering them a longer term position. A typical probationary period is three months.