MEMBERS ASSIGNED TO
need to do the following:
- If you assigned or interested in performing office labor your Work Manager (WM) know you are interested in doing ICC office labor AND find out from your WM how many hours per week you will owe.
- Check out the ICC office labor positions flier. A current, more up-to-date version will be available through your Work Manager or in the ICC office.
- Each member assigned to or wanting to do office labor needs to submit and ICC/Office labor sign up sheet by the second week of the term. All office labor forms are available at http://www.icc.coop/structure/forms/. Forms are also available at the ICC Membership Desk.
- For any positions that you rank as a "1" (highly preferred) the supervisor of that area will get a copy of your sign up sheet. You are responsible for contacting the supervisors of the positions youre interested in.. They should also contact you, but please be patient as there are only 8 full-time staff members and one ICC president but hundreds of ICC members!
- Make sure you contact the Work Manager to confirm your job choice, so you can be formally assigned to this job and receive the necessary work credit.
- Reporting of all Office Labor hours is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
need to know the following:
Each ICC House owes one hour per week for every three rooming members in the house during Fall/Winter and one hour per week for every four rooming members in the house during Spring/Summer. Houses report all their assigned office labor by the second week of the term by emailing email@example.com. Let the ICC office know by the second week of the term which members are assigned to labor and how many hours per week they owe.
Within the first week of each term, the WM should assign enough house members to ICC office labor (or to specific jobs) to cover the required hours per week. Check out the ICC office labor jobs list (published each term) for help assigning jobs. Please do not assign seven people one hour each. It's not useful to the members or to the staff or committees. Let each member know how many hours a week is required of them and if they should do a certain job.
Make sure your house members contact the appropriate staff person or the ICC President to sign up *ahead* of time for their new job. When they do their office work or attend committee/team meetings, they need to make sure their hours are recorded on the sign-in sheets for weekly reports. House officers will get a report emailed to them, which they should check for accuracy and follow up with the members assigned to work to make sure they are doing their job and also signing in each week.
At the end of the term any un-worked hours are turned into fines ($15/hour) and assessed to the house. The work manager can assign these fines to individual members for missed work by completing an Additional Charges worksheet and submitting it to your house treasurer, who should turn it into the ICC Director of Financial Services by the end of the month.