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Probationary Period Policy
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Probationary Period Policy
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I. F-1
Human Resources
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To declare PMU guidelines with regards to Probationary Period and ensure uniform interpretation and application of this policy.


In general, staff appointments will have a probationary period of ninety (90) calendar days.  During this period, both the employee and the employer are making an assessment of job suitability.  Should the employee wish to leave then they are to submit their resignation in writing to their immediate superior.  The resignation does not require a notice period but the Department may request the employee to continue working until a replacement is found.  Should the employer find that the employee is not suitable for the job then the Department will consult with Human Resources.  Any termination of employment by PMU will be done in writing by the administrator so authorized.

Resignation during the probationary period as stated on the first statement and after the probationary period but less than one year will be charged of the following expenses;

  • Medical Check-up expenses
  • Airline Ticket ( Damman, KSA  to point of origin)
  • Visa Expenses
  • Iqama Expenses
  • Work labour permit
  • Other related Government expenses.