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90 Day Trial Period

A trial period in law means, the employer can dismiss you, and you are not allowed to challenge the dismissal. Not being allowed to challenge a dismissal can be a serious disadvantage but you do have other important rights. The trial period cannot be longer than 90 days. You must agree and ideally in writing, to start your employment on a trial basis for the trial-period disadvantages to apply against you. There are a number of things the employer must do right to be able to dismiss you using trial period term rights. We will ask if you were a new employee to the employer, signed the employment agreement before you started work, had the trial period terms elaborated to you, treated different from other employees, given feedback on your trial period performance, etc. These questions (and more questions) help will us assess whether the employer has correctly used the trial period opportunity the way the law requires. You may be able to bring personal grievance for disadvantage, discrimination, sexual harassment, duress, etc. Here is an interesting fact- Agreeing to trial period terms even just an hour after you have started work means you are allowed to challenge the dismissal should you be dismissed in the first 90 days of your employment.

Making it right for you

Abantu Employment Law Specialist

Making it right for you

90 Day Trail Period

Making it right for you

Abantu Employment Law Specialist

Making it right for you