- probationary period
- probationary period - The initial trial period of employment for career USPS employees. For bargaining unit employees, the probationary period is the first 90 calendar days; for nonbargaining unit employees, the period is the first 6 months. During this period, access to the grievance or adverse action appeal systems is not granted.
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probationary — [prəˈbeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)ri] adj relating to someone who has a new job, or to the period during which they are watched to see whether they can do the job well … Dictionary for writing and speaking English