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Hi All,

 

I work full time

 

 

I recently finished my probation period.

 

 

My line manager is inept and did not carry out any probation meetings at all,

even though company policy states they must carry out 3 meetings,

at certain weeks during the 26 weeks' period.

 

 

I wasn't asked to complete or sign any forms.

The manager didn't complete any forms, though he was supposed to,

supposed to sign them, get me to sign them,

get the senior manager to sign them, and send them to HR.

 

 

The manager didn't carry out an induction or any training with me,

and I haven't completed or signed an induction sheet or training sheet.

 

Company policy states that as soon as the probation period has ended,

the line manager must give me a letter stating that my pp has ended satisfactorily.

 

 

I asked my line manager for this and he stated that he is going to speak to his line manager

to extend my probation period as he never carried out any meetings.

 

I am being advised by the union and they have already stated that they will back me all the way if the company do this.

(It's a big union.)

 

Anybody come across this before?

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Hi,

 

Are you suffering any loss of contractual benefits because of the probation period, compared to someone that is not on a PP ?

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