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Dear team, I attached a appointment letter for your reference please look at this and guide me for further steps.
I would like to know that if one employee is in probation period then employer can fire him/her on the basis or performance.
2. In appointment letter there is a clause that employee have to serve notice before leaving the job during probation period?
3. If employer do not want employee to serve notice then at this situation the employee will be entitled for the salary of his/her notice period duration?
Your support will be highly appreciated.

From India, Muzaffarpur

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1. Probation period is the time given by the Employer to employee to understand his job, understand company policy & procedure, culture and environment in an organization. It is also the time taken by employee, to understand his job description, understand his department, hod and other colleagues. During probation period employee can make mistakes and rather than firing, employer need to counsel the probationer and slowly induct him into the major responsibilities.
2. In the appointment letter a notice period of 45 days to be served irrespective of whether employee is a probationer or confirmed employee.
3. If employer want to terminate the services of employee, employer can make payment of 45 days salary in lieu of notice period.

From India, Aizawl
Thank you very kuch sir for your help but is employer bound to pay in lieu for notice period if employer want to terminate employee during probation period?
From India, Muzaffarpur
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