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probation

Medtalk A period during which a health care provider whose practice of medicine was restricted by a licensing or certifying authority or by a hospital's medical staff due to questionable medical judgement, is evaluated to determine if he/she can be allowed an unrestricted license to practice medicine or retain medical staff privileges. See Restriction.

probation

(prō-bā′shŏn)
1. In the criminal justice system, a period of legal oversight of one's behavior after release from incarceration or instead of incarceration after conviction for a crime.
2. A period after an employee is hired during which the employee's on-the-job performance is evaluated. During this time the employee may need to demonstrate his or her suitability for continued work and in many instances may not receive full salary or benefits.
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The driving logic of the policy is that longer probationary periods can allow more time for districts to gather the data required to assess teacher effectiveness and make better informed decisions about whether to give a teacher permanent status.
the phrase "Probationary Period" in the employer's letter
"For at-will employers, a probationary period could result in an unintended employment contract," Moakley says.
While this case is not apparently behind him provided that he will comply with the payment and what is required of him during the probationary period, Bieber still needs a face a string of other troubles with the law including a case in Miami for driving under the influence and another case in Los Angeles in which Bieber was accused of trying to take away a woman's mobile device.
And for an officer still in his probationary period to pursue this armed and dangerous individual was incredibly brave.
"Our decision in terms of not passing this particular employee on his probation was based solely on the job expectations and performance during the six month probationary period," EWEB spokesman Lance Robertson said.
"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.
UEFA said its disciplinary committee had fined PAOK, who have reached the last 32 of the Europa League, 250,000 euros ($319,000), of which 200,000 euros is suspended for a probationary period of three years.
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.
The suggested procedure will ensure that the defendant does not commit any serious or dangerous traffic offence during the probationary period. The new stipulation [once approved and introduced into the Traffic Law] will also require that a defendant be subject to an obligatory enrolment in a driving institute to improve his/her attitude towards abiding by traffic rules and regulations," said TPP's Head.