I Believe I was still within my 90 day probationary period. I began working full time in March, but I believe it should have been up by then. I am really uncertain. The handbook doesn't say anything about termination after the 90 day probation period, except that I cannot violate any policies, which I did not do.
No, I apologize, I was still within my probationary period, which lasts 6 months. The handbook states that I may be terminated at any time for any reason or no reason during my probationary period, and that I will not be granted appeal rights if I am terminated.
Thank you for your answer. So, I really do not have a case whether I am within my probationary period or not, unless there was some form of discrimination or retaliation involved?
Okay, Thank you very much for your help.
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