Federal Authority for Governmental Human Resources (FAHR) has recently approved a regulation that extends the probation period for new government employees to nine months, according to which, the probation period for all staff employed in federal departments would be six months that could be increased to another three months (with an exception for general directors and undersecretary positions).
During the probation, the manager should evaluate the employee’s work according to the company standards and then decide whether the new employee is fit for the position or not. If an employee is found unfit during his/her probation period, the employee should get a notice of five days before the final working day. The staff should be given all the rights and benefits mentioned in the job contract, including salary and air tickets for the employee and family if asked to exit.
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