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Jan11

Computing 90 day period

If an employee is on a 90 day probationary period is that time calculated on 90 actual work days or does the period consist of the actual calendar 90 days. If there were holidays during this 90 day period can you deduct?

A probationary period is typically counted by calendar days, not work days. Any holidays should be counted toward the 90 days. Using a calendar 90 days, all days are counted.

If you have a handbook or policy manual it should clearly state 90 calendar days. If your company uses another method of counting the 90 day probationary period, it should also be documented.

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