If an employer reneges on a promise to grant rights and benefits to a new hire as a reward for successfully completing a probationary period
, the employer may be held liable.
Mike Dalton was appointed captain for Station 2 Airport, and Paul Hamilton was appointed deputy district chief for Station 6 Onondaga for a probationary period
of one year effective Dec.
The defendant can file a petition to the traffic court requesting that he be pardoned for the remaining time of the probationary period
Fluet (1992) applies the concept of a probationary period
in a competitive insurance market with asymmetric information and firms exhibiting a Nash behavior.
Before Thompson's probationary period
expired, Judy Kempe had a meeting with Thompson.
The Michigan Teacher's Act automatically grants tenure to public school teachers after a four-year probationary period
They wrote saying my probationary period
had been unsuccessful.
the offer is subject to the result of the checks or a probationary period
or a medical examination (which must be demanded of all prospective employees).
Thus, it emphasized the importance of the fact that a teacher earns tenure by successfully completing a probationary period
Not to knock the hard-working men and women of Los Angeles Airport Police, but graduates of Los Angeles Police Department's Academy spend a probationary period
on the job dealing with crime and crime victims followed by years of experience in one of the largest cities in the world.
NZNO fails to see now a punitive measure such as a probationary period
will achieve economic benefits.
But Marlene was stunned when she got a letter from bosses of the Tot Hill garage on the A14 near Haughley, Suffolk, saying her probationary period
was up and she was not needed.