Thanks for this resource, I've been poking around. I found that there were 10-15 terminations/year which is actually fewer terminations than what my company of 200 does every year! It's only 0.01% of the fed gov workforce being laid off - basically nothing. Unless I'm reading things wrong?skeet50 wrote: ↑Dec 7th, 2017 7:08 pmI can assure you that people are let go during probation more frequently than is believed. And contrary to the widely held belief that you cannot be fired, people are terminated from the Federal Public Service. You may wish to view the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board and search on terminations and probation. A quick search of the Federal Court website will also show lots of terminations that make their way through the court system.
For "rejection on probation", there are about 3 cases per year, but 0 since 2015. So again, unless I'm reading things wrong (which I could be!!), basically no one gets let go unless something pretty extreme happened (like forging medical certificates, etc).