Probationary Period - Supervisory
- An employee’s first appointment to a supervisory or managerial
position requires completion of a one year supervisory probationary
period. This is only required if the position is filled permanently or
temporarily for one year or more when the position could become
- The purpose of the supervisory probationary period is to provide the
agency with an opportunity to assess the supervisory performance (not
technical ability or program knowledge) of the new supervisor or
- Any non-pay time in excess of the total of 22 workdays extends the
probationary period by an equal amount of time in a pay status.
- If the employee does not satisfactorily complete the supervisory
probationary period, he/she may be entitled to placement in a
non-supervisory or non-managerial position if warranted.