A probationary employee does not benefit from the same level of job security as a permanent employee. Employees on probation are meant to undergo a period of testing, demonstration or investigation of their qualifications and suitability for regular employment as permanent employees (Jacmain v. Attorney General (Canada),  S.C.R. 15 at 38). Probationary employees may be terminated if, in the employer's judgment, they have failed to meet the standards set and are considered to be unsatisfactory.
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