Atlantic Employers’ Counsel article reproduced by LexisNexis Canada Inc.
St. John’s associate Philip Milley‘s Spring 2015 Atlantic Employers’ Counselarticle, Well, what did you expect? Setting expectations for probationary employees, has been reprinted in a variety of LexisNexis Canada Inc. publications, such as The Ultimate HR Manual, Labour Notes and HR Connected.
Philip’s article reviews best practices when hiring probationary employees so as to avoid potential liability should the employment relationship not work out and discusses the importance of employers establishing expectations for employees who are hired for a trial period.
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