LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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I think Deivis has it right. I've also heard "probationary period". It's not a common practice in the US. I don't know about now, but I recall that years ago the Southern Pacific Railroad had a 90 day probation/probationary period for new employees who could be fired without any explanation or justification during that time.
Be aware that "probation period" or "probation term" is also used to describe a program found in the criminal justice system that is used ("misused") as an alternative to immediate jail or prison.
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