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The employer has not indicated that you are terminated, but have stated you are on administrative leave at this time? What about their statements indicates to you that you might have been terminated?
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No. They did not indicate that they will terminate me. It's just that at first, my supervisor initially called me not to report to work for being furloughed. But HR said I was excepted. So he suddenly changed his decision for me from being furloughed to Admin leave.... As to why? I don't know. I heard their decision is ready tomorrow 15thOct. And I fear that they came up with a decision of terminating me even I dont know the reason why, all because I am under probationary period.
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Another question please...What am I going to do if they terminated me? Do probationary employees have options to appeal or be heard for reconsideration?
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