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Ready, Set, Go! The 1 st six months. Danielle Schulte Employee Relations Specialist 858.534.8011 [email protected] Topics. What positions have probationary periods? What is the probation period and how do you calculate the time?

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Ready set go the 1 st six months

Ready, Set, Go!The 1st six months

Danielle Schulte

Employee Relations Specialist

858.534.8011

[email protected]

UCSD Human Resources-Employee Relations & Policy Development


Topics

Topics

  • What positions have probationary periods?

  • What is the probation period and how do you calculate the time?

  • What do you, as the HR Contact/supervisor, need to do during probation?

  • What to do if you want to release an employee during probation?

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Positions probation

Positions & Probation

  • CAREER positions

  • First time employment

  • Employment after a break in service

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Probation six months

Probation = Six Months

  • 180 days

  • Time actually worked in prior appointment may count towards obtaining career status

  • Leaves: paid or unpaid do not count towards achieving career status

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During probation day 1

During Probation-Day 1

  • Review the job card with the person and have him/her sign it.

  • Review expectations of employment with the employee:

    • Hours of employment

      • Arrival and departure times

      • Lunch and break times

    • Work is to be completed in timely and accurate fashion

    • How and when to request leaves

    • Explain any special protocols within the department

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During probation

During Probation

  • Plan on and schedule regular meetings to provide employee feed back on his/her performance;

  • Calendar reminder to evaluate employee at ½ way mark;

  • Evaluate the employee at 3 months or at mid point!

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During probation cont d

During Probation cont’d

  • The evaluation must be in accordance with UCSD policy and/or applicable bargaining agreement.

  • “Feedback” does NOT equal an Evaluation!

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Extending probation

Extending Probation

  • Must obtain approval from Employee Relations;

  • May only be extended for a limited period of time;

  • Acceptable reasons: change in supervisors/change in duties;

  • Must notify employee of extension in writing prior to end of probationary period.

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Release during probation

Release During Probation

  • Call Employee Relations (x48011)

    • You must obtain approval from Employee Relations prior to releasing the employee;

    • You will need to establish that the employee has been made aware of any issues prior to being released;

    • If you are ending probation during the latter half of the probation period you will need to prove the employee has been evaluated (in most cases).

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Release during probation cont d

Release During Probation cont’d

  • Written Notice MUST be provided to the employee;

  • The language of the notice is controlled by policy or by agreement…no improvising!

  • Final paycheck must be ready on last day of employment (remember Payroll’s 3 day rule).

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