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HSAS & Canadian Blood Services: March 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022

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ARTICLE 11 – PROBATIONARY & TRIAL PERIOD

11.01      (a)     Regular full-time and part-time, temporary full-time and part- time and casual Employees shall serve a probationary period of six hundred (600) hours or six (6) months whichever occurs first.

(b)     By mutual consent of the Employer and the Union, the probationary period for Employees may be extended for up to an additional four hundred and fifty (450) hours worked provided that the Employee and the Association are informed in writing. A probationary period shall not be extended more than once.

(c)     If an Employee is selected to fill another position or classification, they will be on trial for a period of five hundred and eighty (580) hours worked. In the event an Employee, during the trial period proves unsatisfactory in the position, they shall be returned to their former position or status without loss of seniority and at a wage or salary not less than they were previously paid for that position. Any other Employee promoted, transferred, or appointed because of the rearrangement of positions shall also be returned to their former position or status in a similar manner.

11.02       An Employee who has completed their probationary period and/or extended period as provided in Article 11.01 and has remained in the employ of the Employer shall not subsequently be placed on probation again.

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