Section 9.2. 17 Each new hire shall remain in a probationary status for a period of not more than ninety (90) work days 18 following the hire date. During this probationary period the District may discharge such employee at its 19 discretion.
Section 9.2. 11 Each new hire shall remain in a probationary status for a period of not more than ninety (90) work days 12 following the hire date. The employee shall receive an evaluation after sixty (60) work days in the 13 presence of their supervisor. During this probationary period the new hire is not eligible for any 14 new/vacant positions unless mutually agreed and the District may discharge such employee at its 15 discretion.
Section 9.2. 10 A doctor's certificate may be required for illness of any duration at the discretion of the transportation 11 supervisor or a District-level administrator.
Section 9.2. 10 Except in extraordinary cases, and as otherwise provided in this Article, the District will give employees 11 two (2) weeks’ notice of intention to discharge or layoff.
Section 9.2. 8 Each new employee shall remain in a probationary status for a period of not more than one hundred 9 eighty (180) calendar days following the hire date and will be provided with a ninety-day (90) 10 evaluation. During the probationary period, the retention of an employee shall be solely and entirely 11 within the discretion of the District. Employees transferring to a new position will be subject to a 12 ninety-day (90) probationary period in the new position (when transferring from one classification to 13 another - Secretarial to Paraeducator or Professional Technical) and will be provided with a forty-five 14 (45) day evaluation. Employees who are not successful in a new position, will be placed in the next 15 available position in their previous classification.
Section 9.2. 41 New employees shall serve a probationary period of ninety (90) working days. Upon completion of 42 the probationary period, further employment shall be on a regular employment status. If the regular 44 alternative probationary period, not to exceed ninety (90) working days. New employees shall be 45 notified of their probationary period within ten (10) working days of the employee’s start date. During 46 the probationary period, the District may terminate an employee at its sole discretion. Such termination 47 shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. Employees on probationary status are not eligible to bid on 1 new or open jobs or positions during the ninety (90) workday probationary period, unless mutually agreed 2 by the parties. Employees on probationary status whose total PAEOP work hours have been eliminated due 3 to staffing reductions, may bid on new or open jobs or positions, and if awarded a position, will begin a 4 new ninety (90) working day probationary period in that new position.