Archived 90 day probationary period ?

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How do you know when your 90 days is up? my first paycheck says i started on the 23rd of September. should it be past my 90 probationary period by now? Just curious.
 
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what's considered 90 days? do i have to be working there at least 90 days (be there) or is it depending days off too (like how long employeed there.
 
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How do you know when your 90 days is up? my first paycheck says i started on the 23rd of September. should it be past my 90 probationary period by now? Just curious.

Were you hired as seasonal? That seems a little early for seasonal, but if you were, it will be 90 days from your start as a regular team member, otherwise, yes, you should be past your 90 days
 

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Also, it's not really probationary. If someone isn't working out, you can't just cut them at the end of the 90 like the at-will employment state laws allow (which also applies any time). HR here at Target wants a giant stack of coachings and correctives an unspecified number of inches high to "support" it.
 
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