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Probationary Arrangements

What is Probationary Arrangements?

An agreement between the employers and new employees wherein the latter agrees to work for the set amount of time on trial is called a probationary agreement. Generally, the probation period is of 3 to 6 months or 1 year. It offers the employer and employee a chance to take an appropriate decision regarding job continuity based on the performance evaluation and comfortability at work, respectively.

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