Talk:Staff Handbook

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Would anyone object to makeing this page a list of manditory links for new staff members to read and understand. Then print out the list and sign the bottom and date (along with there two buddies).

== Intro ==
Foo. Bar, baz.

== Free Geek Structure ==
* [[Free Geek Structure]]

== Policies to read ==
''For a full list of policies see [[Policies]], to learn how they are developed [[Policy Development]]''
;HR
* [[Advances on payroll to staff members]]
* [[Arriving Late and Cancellations]]
* [[Asking for Vacation Policy]]
* [[Collective Member Review Policy]]
* [[Converting Interns to Collective Members]]
* [[Determining Seniority Policy]]
* [[Hiring Policy]]
* [[Layoffs and Hours Reduction]]
* [[Limits on Vacation Accrual]]
* [[After Hours Access Policy]]
* [[Paid Internship Policy]]
* [[Receiving and depositing money]]
* [[Resolution Committee]]
* [[Retroactive Vacation Credit]]
* [[Staff Contracting Policy]]
* [[Staff Discipline Policy]]
* [[Staff Vacation Policies]]
;C7
* [[Taking out loans for Free Geek]]
* [[When to write off overdue invoices]]
* [[Who do we invoice?]]
* [[Writing Checks]]

== I have read and understand these documents ==
{| class="wikitable" width="100%"
| style="width: 33%; vertical-align: top; padding:1em; border:1px solid #aaaaaa"|
; Your Box
* Name:____________________
* Date:_____________________


* Sig:______________________
| style="width: 33%; vertical-align: top; padding:1em; border:1px solid #aaaaaa"|
; Buddy One
* Name:____________________
* Date:_____________________


* Sig:______________________
| style="width: 33%; vertical-align: top; padding:1em; border:1px solid #aaaaaa"|
; Buddy Two
* Name:____________________
* Date:_____________________


* Sig:______________________
|}

Matteo 14:55, 27 November 2006 (PST)

I think we may need to actually print out hard copies of the handbook. Imagine if a disgruntled ex-staffer decided to sue Free Geek and we needed to point out our policy (at the time that person was hired) in court. Printing out a copy from time to time and filing it away somewhere might stand up in court better. Keeping all the policies in a single document would make that easier to do. For instance we could print out a copy whenever we hire someone, and get everyone on staff to initial that they agree to it. So I think it's better to leave it as is.
RfS 17:36, 29 November 2006 (PST)