Department of Administrative Services - Probation - Probationary period for part-time or intermittent workers.


Published: 2009-11-01

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(A) Part-time employees who work a portion of each normal working day shall have their probationary period determined by the number of calendar days following appointment in the same manner as a full-time employee. Part-time employees who work less than a normal number of working days per week shall have their probationary period determined on the basis of time actually worked as described below:

(1) One thousand hours are equivalent to a one hundred eighty day probationary period.

(2) One thousand four hundred hours are equivalent to a two hundred fifty-two day probationary period.

(3) One thousand five hundred hours are equivalent to a two hundred seventy day probationary period.

(4) One thousand seven hundred hours are equivalent to a three hundred day probationary period.

(5) Two thousand hours are equivalent to a three hundred sixty-five day probationary period.

(B) Intermittent employees shall not serve a probationary period.

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