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Anyway going back to your query – an employee cannot extend the probationary period themselves. A probation is an employer’s own internal performance measurement tool and only they can extend it, subject to having that right within the contract or having the employee’s consent. So you are entirely within your rights to refuse to allow an extension to the probation and pass it, even if he has not fulfilled the necessary criteria or requested an extension himself.
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