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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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Cavedon (2014) observes the probationary stage does not assume the control character as it should, as it happens in the private initiative, in which the period of experience serves to accompany the worker performance who must be humble as a form of permanence in the organization.
For the next year he was listed as a probationary trooper.
The new officers could be terminated without union representation because they were still in their one-year probationary period, the spokesman said.
probationary periods, most provincial employment standards legislation
"A probationary period allows an employer and an employee to enter into an employment arrangement in an effort to learn whether the relationship would be a good fit for all involved," she says.
"The probationary period starts from the beginning of the Euro 2016 qualifying round until the end of play-offs of that tournament.
The exclusion is also suspended for a probationary period of three years," UEFA said.
The duration of the 'Kotak Probationary Officer Course consists of 9 months of rigorous on-campus study followed by 3 months of internship at Kotak Mahindra Bank.
Under the auspices of a national demonstration project called Opening Doors, Chaffey developed a program designed to increase probationary students' chances of succeeding in college.
Dubai A top traffic official has suggested that motorists convicted of causing fatal accidents should be placed under a mandatory judicial probationary procedure.
One such situation developed in Chicago in July 2004 when the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the Chicago Teachers Union signed a new collective-bargaining agreement that gave principals the flexibility to dismiss probationary (nontenured) teachers beginning in the 2004-05 school year for any reason and without the documentation and hearing process that is typically required for dismissals in other districts.
The Scottish champions have also been fined a total of 80,000 euros (pounds 71,200) and could face further bans if fans step out of line again during a three-year probationary period.