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  • Probation pause due to sickness

    Hello,

    I had to go on long term sick leave due to workplace related stress (harassment), just a few weeks before my probation period ended. While sick, two days before the probation end date, I received a probation pause letter, saying that a new date would be informed to me when I return to work. I am back, and my line manager said that my entire sickness period will not be taken account to calculate the new probation end date, not only the two days that were remaining when they sent the letter. Can they do this? I am afraid they are going to fire me because I had to go on leave.

    Thanks.
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    How long a period of your probation period had you worked before going on long term sick and how long were you off for?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by ULA View Post
      How long a period of your probation period had you worked before going on long term sick and how long were you off for?
      I worked 48 weeks out of the 52 weeks probation. I was off for 5 weeks, 4 which were in the original probation and 1 after that.

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      • #4
        So has your new end of probation date moved on to week 57?
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        • #5
          Exactly. That's what they told me, but no official email or message yet.

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          • #6
            Can you post up your probation period clause please. I need to check what it says about extending the time. Make sure there is no personal information.

            Many thanks.
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