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a trial period during which your character and abilities are tested to see whether you are suitable for work or for membership

a trial period during which an offender has time to redeem himself or herself

(law) a way of dealing with offenders without imprisoning them

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A well-structured probationary period sets up a win-win outcome.
The probationary period starts from the beginning of the Euro 2016 qualifying round until the end of play-offs of that tournament.
Once the probationary period is successfully completed, and if the new employee's property is operating successfully, more formal training in compliance can be offered.
The exclusion is also suspended for a probationary period of three years," UEFA said.
New federal employees often serve a probationary period of how long?
Robert Valade was appointed district chief for Station 2 Airport, and Dan Mulligan as deputy district chief for Station 5 Mount Pleasant after completing their one year probationary period.
Now the leading bookie has made him a permanent member of staff following his probationary period.
The suggested procedure will ensure that the defendant does not commit any serious or dangerous traffic offence during the probationary period.
50pm A nervous Ruth returns to clinical duties for a probationary period, but her first task is to help an uncooperative man who appears to be suffering from a serious lung disease.
Diogo to police lieutenant, with a starting salary of $68,500 and subject to a 12-month probationary period.
Merritt was eventually promoted but was subject to a 90-day probationary period, which no male drivers had faced.
Bennett's auctioneer's license was suspended for 90 days, after which he will have a two-year probationary period during which any further violations will result in his license being revoked.
Applications were filed during a 13 day Internet registration period and successful candidates will undergo two rounds of interviews, physical examinations, a 13 week training course, two weeks of in-flight on the job training and a three month probationary period before officially becoming CAL flight attendants.
Now I have completed my probationary period and resigned from the job with one month's notice, mentioning the above reasons.
In the previous literature, the main focus has been on the probationary period, which is a special case of a time deductible, in which the coverage of the contract starts at a certain date after the inception of the policy.