I work on a trial period. I want to quit. do you have to fire me in lope time?

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Vioria ledi Makimov
Vioria ledi Makimov
Answered on November 17, 2014 14:22
When applying for a job from 2 to 6 months, the trial period should not exceed 2 weeks, for a longer period - up to 3 months. When applying for a management position, the probationary period may be extended up to 6 months. Often, for the period of probation, an employee is paid a lower salary than the rest of employees in similar positions. It is illegal. If for any reason you are not satisfied with this job, you can quit your probationary period of your own free will, notifying your employer no later than 3 days. The employer does not have the right to prevent your dismissal.

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