The success of any employee in a new job – whether new hire or existing employee transferring to a new position – depends just as much on the Hiring Manager as the new hire. Due diligence may be done to hire the best candidate, but those first few months on the job are the Hiring Manager’s best opportunity to make sure expectations are met and bad habits aren’t formed.
The guides and templates in this Kit contain tools and processes to set expectations and evaluate performance during the probationary period. Providing them to your Hiring Managers clearly communicates company expectations when it comes to managing probationary periods, and equips managers to meet them.
Forms, guides, and letter script templates to prepare for, guide, and evaluate the probationary period of new hires or employees in new positions
- Probationary Period Review Form
- Probation Completion Letter
- Probation Extension Letter
- Extended Probation Completion Letter
- Process Guide for Managers – Probationary Periods