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Probation Completion Letter

Probation Completion Letter

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated April 17, 2020
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Suitable for all Australian States and Territories

The purpose of a Probation Completion Letter is for an employer to inform their employees that their probation period has ended and the outcome of this probation.

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In a Probation Completion Letter, you can inform your employee if they were successful or unsuccessful in their probationary periods and whether their employment will continue onwards. This letter will operative to effectively establish a mutual understanding between yourself and the employee as to their continued employment.

Use Probationary Letters if:

  • You would like to confirm the continuation of the employment of an employee after their probation period.
  • You would like to inform an employee that their employment has been terminated at the conclusion of their probation period.
  • You wish to extend the employees probation period.

What do Probationary Letters cover?

  • Successful Probationary Letters inform the employee that their probation period has ended successfully, the end date of their probation period and the starting date of their formal employment.
  • Unsuccessful Probationary Letters cover the reasons of the employee’s employment termination, the notice period as well as the employee’s last day of work.
  • Probationary Period Extension Letters inform the employee that an extension of their probationary period is required to determine their suitability for the position.

Other names for Probationary Letters include:

  • Successful Probation Letter
  • Unsuccessful Probation Letter
  • Probation Terminated Letter
  • Probationary Period Extension Letter

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