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I recently joined in IT company for the post of HR executive. One of our employees completed his six months probation period. After that what procedures i need to do as HR??

After completion of 6 month probation, the employee need to be appraised and on the recommendation of the Head of Department/Line Manager the employee can be confirmed or the probation can be extended for a further period not more than 6 months.
Assessment of Performance of probationer would be done after completion of six months period by reporting head or any other one as per hierarchy .
Candidate can confirmed or extended based on assessment.
Proper documentation(format) in terms of performance achievement rating/score would be done to make assessment measurable/justified.
Thanks

If his probation period is been completed and it’s confirmed by his TL/Manger than you also need to issue confirmation letter stating that he is now permanent employee of the company.
Communication to concern employee must be given in written in cases of -separation from service,probation extension or service confirmation if any. Thanks
Thank you for your valuable feedback. However, i want to know that which type of form should be fill up by employees and TL/project manager. Please drop any format of this form. Thanks,
Attached here with format that can be used for assessment. Modification in format can be done as per the need/fitment. All the Very Best Thanks

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Dear Dhruv,
A probation period is basically a observation or a trial period. This is effectively a separate fixed term employment contract and precedes your permanent employment relationship. The duration may be 6 months or 12 months. This allows the employer an opportunity to ascertain your ability to perform the role before going for a permanent employment agreement. So before going for permanent contract you need to review:
1. Company's HR manual
2. Company's HR policy where "Probationary Policy is mentioned"
3. Performance report for the past 6 months.
4. Type of Employee whether they are contractual, project basis, or permanent.
5. Take all his documents & letters (which must be kept as dept. reference in his personal file) and submit to your immediate manager for further step.

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