Spark Trader Limited reports：
Before starting today’s topic, let’s share with you a real example:
A newcomer, Xiao A, joined a company after graduation. The company assigned a senior to him. This senior didn’t bring him very much. The few time he paid him was complaining and judging him.
Seniors are not very happy to get along with Little A, but Little A has always been obedient, hardworking, and earnestly done.
When the probation period was over (3 months), the leader did not allow him to smoothly turn to the right, and picked up a bunch of problems with A, and said that it depends on A’s performance this month.
He also said that I saw that the senior had a bad attitude towards Little A, and wanted to know what Little A thought. Little A said no, he didn’t say that the predecessor was not good, but he explained it.
Then Little A continued to work hard, but within a few days, the leader, the group leader, and the senior began to criticize Little A again, saying that TA was not good at all. If you can’t do it, don’t take up this pit, and go to the next one earlier.
Little A would like to ask if it will affect the next job like TA. This company does not pay social security during the probation period, but signs a contract with Little A, so that TA is still considered a freshman? Should you take the initiative to quit your job, or wait to be fired by the company?
Good guy, the smell is too strong, pre-employment bacteria smell a strong smell of workplace PUA.
Next step by step to answer the confusion of this newcomer in the workplace:
Will it affect the next job?
The probation period refers to the period included in the labor contract, during which the employer evaluates whether the employee is qualified, and the employee also evaluates whether the employer meets their own requirements. This is a two-way choice between the two parties.
Obviously, Xiao A and the company did not match successfully, and did not become an official employee of the company, and it will not affect the next job.
I did not pay social security during the probation period, but I signed a contract. Is this still a freshman?
First of all, small A has signed a labor contract with the company, so regardless of whether the small A is a full-time employee, the company should pay social security during the small A’s probation period. It is illegal for the company to not pay social security.
According to the “Social Insurance Law”: the employer shall apply to the social insurance agency for social insurance registration for its employees within 30 days from the date of employment. If the social insurance agency has not completed the social insurance registration, the social insurance agency shall verify that it should pay Social insurance premiums.
Therefore, even during the probation period, the employer must pay social insurance for its employees.
Secondly, within one year of graduation, they are considered fresh graduates. No matter how many times they change jobs, the status of this fresh graduate is always there (of course, it is not recommended to change jobs frequently), and more than one year is a previous graduate. Therefore, A can still find a new job as a freshman.
Here extended to apply knowledge point: If you want to test, then the public, according to the provisions in the career period (the state of the careers of two years, in some places extended to three years) not to implement the workplace, their accounts, files, organizational relationships left in Graduates from graduate schools, or from the competent departments for employment, talent exchange service agencies at all levels, and public employment service agencies at all levels can be treated as fresh college graduates.
Do you want to take the initiative to quit?
Pre-employment bacteria are not recommended. This is not a small A’s problem, it’s an enterprise’s problem.
Because Xiao A did not make major mistakes in his work, and all completed the work as required, but the company leaders always criticized Xiao A. The pre-employment bacteria can only say that the company does not speak martial arts.
Most companies require a probation period for new employees, but there are also some companies that try it out first, and when the probation period is about to expire, a sentence “not meeting the requirements” turns fresh graduates into cheap labor for them.
Article 39, Item 1 of the “Labor Contract Law” stipulates that the employer can terminate the labor contract if it is proved that it does not meet the employment conditions during the probation period.
The focus here is the employment conditions. Generally speaking, the employment conditions should be written, specific, accurate, and detailed, without ambiguity and ambiguity , and must be confirmed with the employee in advance, and cannot wait until the employee is to be dismissed. “This level of work is not enough and does not meet our requirements for this position…”
Obviously, the company that Xiao A met did not have this self-consciousness, and was a little bit “nothing to look for,” and wanted to dismiss employees casually.
So deliberately stimulating small A to want small A to resign voluntarily, so that a sum of compensation will be saved.
If Xiao A voluntarily resigns, not only will he not be able to protect his legal rights, but it will also encourage the bad atmosphere of such enterprises.
Reprint indicated source：Spark Trader Limited information