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# All available Hugo versions are listed here: https://gitlab.com/pages/hugo/container_registry
# image: registry.gitlab.com/pages/hugo:latest
test-pages:
allow_failure: true
allow_failure: false
image: registry.gitlab.com/pages/hugo:latest
script:
- rm LICENSE
- hugo new site handbook
- mv *.md handbook/content
- cd handbook/
- echo 'theme = "learn"' >> config.toml
- git clone https://github.com/matcornic/hugo-theme-learn.git themes/learn
- hugo -D
except:
- master
pages:
image: registry.gitlab.com/pages/hugo:latest
allow_failure: true
allow_failure: false
script:
- rm LICENSE
- hugo new site handbook
- mv *.md handbook/content
- cd handbook/
- mv content/README.md content/_index.md
- echo 'baseURL = "http://olindata.pages.olindata.com/employee-handbook/"' > config.toml
- echo 'languageCode = "en-us"' >> config.toml
- echo 'title = "My New Hugo Site"' >> config.toml
- echo 'theme = "learn"' >> config.toml
- git clone https://github.com/matcornic/hugo-theme-learn.git themes/learn
- hugo -D
- mv * ../
artifacts:
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- public
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---
title: "{{ replace .Name "-" " " | title }}"
date: {{ .Date }}
draft: true
---
title = "Olindata Employee Handbook"
theme = "learn"
baseURL = "/"
languageCode = "en-us"
# baseURL = "http://olindata.pages.olindata.com/employee-handbook/"
# CanonifyUrls = true
builddrafts = true
[params]
themeVariant = "green"
# ordersectionsby = "weight"
[outputs]
home = [ "HTML", "RSS", "JSON"]
---
name: Employee Handbook
chapter: true
disableToc: "false"
---
# The OlinData employee handbook
This repository contains the OlinData handbook that should explain anything that can reasonably be explained in public. This handbook is public and open source and we're happy for others to copy/use as they see fit.
# Table of Contents
* [Who's who](whoswho.md)
* [Some History](history.md)
* [About our culture](culture.md)
* [Employee benefits](benefits.md)
* [Branding](branding.md)
* [Code of Conduct](coc.md)
* [Financial Info](finance.md)
* [Joining OlinData](joining.md)
* [Recruitment process](recruitment.md)
* [Dealing with the Media](media.md)
* [Software and Saas products we use](software-and-saas.md)
* [OlinData Security Policy](security-policy/README.md)
* [Taking time off](time-off.md)
* [A company car](companycar.md)
* [20 percent project](20percent.md)
* [First Day Checklist](first-day.md)
* [The office](office.md)
* [Who's who](employee-handbook/whoswho)
* [Some History](employee-handbook/history)
* [About our culture](employee-handbook/culture.md)
* [Employee benefits](employee-handbook/benefits.md)
* [Branding](employee-handbook/branding.md)
* [Code of Conduct](employee-handbook/coc.md)
* [Financial Info](employee-handbook/finance.md)
* [Joining OlinData](employee-handbook/joining.md)
* [Recruitment process](employee-handbook/recruitment.md)
* [Dealing with the Media](employee-handbook/media.md)
* [Software and Saas products we use](employee-handbook/software-and-saas.md)
* [OlinData Security Policy](security-policy/)
* [Taking time off](employee-handbook/time-off.md)
* [A company car](employee-handbook/companycar.md)
* [20 percent project](employee-handbook/20percent.md)
* [First Day Checklist](employee-handbook/irst-day.md)
* [The office](employee-handbook/office.md)
# This is a collaborative effort
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---
title: 20 percent Project
---
# 20% project
We have a 20% rule that was copied from Google's engineering team: you are allowed to spend 20% of your time (effectively one day a week) on some project that is not highest priority, and it can be anything you come up with, as long as there is some perspective of usefulness for OlinData (in the widest sense of the word). For instance (and this is just an example), Walter happened to have registered a domain called <http://divesitebuddy.com> years ago, which in his mind was going to be a tripadvisor for divesites worldwide. Richard, our Drupal expert back then took on himself to start designing and building this website and he blogged about his experiences weekly. Go and search back in the blog history if you want to see some of the results. If you think that that is what you would love to spend some time on, you could do that for your 20% work. Also, the 20% project is optional. If you feel like you want to not make use of the opportunity, that's cool too.
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We use Bamboo's functionality to keep track of the current progress, it is very important that you take your time to update your progress frequently. In Bamboo it is also possible to write comments about your goal.
# Time registration
To increase visibility into what we're doing we use MavenLink to register our time. When working on 20% projects, you are required to register this time also in MavenLink. You can register your time under 'OlinData internal Unbillable'. You should register your hours for every day that you do OD work. You're free to add more detail if you want, but not less.
To increase visibility into what we're doing we use MavenLink to register our time. When working on 20% projects, you are required to register this time also in MavenLink. You can register your time under 'OlinData internal Unbillable'. You should register your hours for every day that you do OD work. You're free to add more detail if you want, but not less.
You can use the comment field to give a short and sweet summary of what you did. Something along the lines of 'Studying for AWS Associate Architect certification' is fine.
# Content production
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---
title: Employee Handbook
chapter: true
disableToc: "false"
---
## Contribute to this documentation
Feel free to update this content, just click the **Edit this page** using pull-requests.
{{% notice info %}}
Your modification will be deployed automatically when merged.
{{% /notice %}}
## Documentation website
This current documentation has been statically generated with Hugo and Gitlab CI. Currently, [Hugo-theme-learn](http://github.com/matcornic/hugo-theme-learn) is used, which is a theme for [Hugo](https://gohugo.io/), and is **fully designed for documentation**.
This theme is a partial porting of the [Learn theme](http://learn.getgrav.org/) of [Grav](https://getgrav.org/), a modern flat-file CMS written in PHP.
{{% notice tip %}}
Learn theme works with a _page tree structure_ to organize content: All contents are pages, which belong to other pages.
{{% /notice %}}
---
title: Anti-Harassment Policy
---
# Introduction
Everyone at OlinData has a responsibility to prevent and stop harassment. No matter what the method of communication (mails, documents, chats etc.), it is expected that everyone will contribute to an inclusive and collaborative working environment and respect each other at all times. Should you become aware or witness any form of harassment or behavior that violates this policy, please report the incident directly to the Trusted Persons immediately for thorough investigation.
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---
title: Benefits
---
# Benefits
## Employee’s Anniversary Appreciation
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---
title: Blog
---
# OlinData blog
We encourage everyone to share their stories from their work out in
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---
title: Branding
---
# Name Card
You will be given an art file of your name card. You may then send the art file to any of the local printing shop at your place and the expenses will be reimbursed by the company. Total printing quantity recommended is 100 pieces (1 box) for tech or support team and 200 pieces (2 boxes) for sales team.
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* [YouTube](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgIMGv0uRqPNMCyZTauhroQ/about)
* [GitHub](https://github.com/olindata)
* [SlideShare](https://www.slideshare.net/olindata)
* [AngelList](https://angel.co/company/olindata)
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* [AngelList](https://angel.co/company/olindata)
---
title: Code of Conduct
---
## Code of Conduct
### Confidentiality and protection of company data
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---
title: Company Car
---
# Company car policy
A company car is not something we give by default (mostly due to low demand) but if we do, we try to stick to the following policies.
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---
title: Corporate Identity
---
# Corporate Identity
## Motivation
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---
title: Culture
---
# Company culture
You'll be reporting on paper to your direct manager. That said, we try to keep the hierarchy out of the way. We're small and we're all on the same team here. In your daily work, both Mine as well as Walter are equals to you. We will do our very best to keep seniority or rank out of business decisions, and instead make decisions based on verifiable sources. We think the only times that this will be an issue is when there's real trouble. Either from your side or from ours, we would like to make it clear on paper. We aim to never get in any kind of trouble, but sometimes it’s unavoidable. At such times it's better to have clearly defined who you report to so you can go to them and trust them to handle your problems. We'll all be equal in every day work though.
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## Feedback
1. Your opinion matters: When you ask questions and demand a clear satisfying answer, that puts us in a position to meaningfully answer whatever is thrown at our way. Things like asking for the strategy of upcoming years makes us go and write it down for you. At the end we all benefit from more structure and openness to everyone. If the answer or the document is still not clear to you, point out the parts which are vague. Please ask for more. Ask questions in person, add your comments on the documents, ask for one-on-ones. When you wonder why certain decisions are made, feel free to ask anytime.
2. Healthy skepticism is necessary: Without communication, we will be a bunch of people bumping into each other. When we ask for your opinion, we do not expect to hear only the positive comments. We all need a dose of reality. However, we also need to keep in mind during those discussions that being remote and talking to each other through our keyboards (and not having English as our mother tongue) makes it more difficult to find the right words sometimes. After having a few stressful hours at the client, it is easy to take a criticism personal or channel our tiredness to each other. As long as we keep the line between constructive criticism and negative attitude, we will find a way to end the discussion in a friendly way. If you don't like the work or comments of the other people in the team, tell what you would do better and how. In other words, action speaks louder than words. That way, we can all discuss together and come up with a solution which will develop OlinData better. This is a small company, we need your input to build a stronger culture.
2. Healthy skepticism is necessary: Without communication, we will be a bunch of people bumping into each other. When we ask for your opinion, we do not expect to hear only the positive comments. We all need a dose of reality. However, we also need to keep in mind during those discussions that being remote and talking to each other through our keyboards (and not having English as our mother tongue) makes it more difficult to find the right words sometimes. After having a few stressful hours at the client, it is easy to take a criticism personal or channel our tiredness to each other. As long as we keep the line between constructive criticism and negative attitude, we will find a way to end the discussion in a friendly way. If you don't like the work or comments of the other people in the team, tell what you would do better and how. In other words, action speaks louder than words. That way, we can all discuss together and come up with a solution which will develop OlinData better. This is a small company, we need your input to build a stronger culture.
## Changing roles
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---
title: Currency
---
# OlinData currency
## The flipper
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| Activity | Reward |
| --- | --- |
| Pull request to a third party open source project | 1 |
| Open an issue that gets accepted in a third party project | 1 |
| Open an issue that gets accepted in a third party project | 1 |
| Speaking on a (free) community meetup | 10 |
| Speaking at a conference | 50 |
| Publishing a blog post on the OlinData blog | 5 |
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## Keeping track
Score is being tracked here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kJXCnR19rNgXxP1VJHiCTWXBBJ5wPfSX_4Y2KvtKRfs/edit#gid=0
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Score is being tracked here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kJXCnR19rNgXxP1VJHiCTWXBBJ5wPfSX_4Y2KvtKRfs/edit#gid=0
---
title: Finance
---
# Finance
## Salary
Salaries are paid monthly, during the last week of each month. Should your salary include commission, please speak to Walter and Mine about the arrangements of when payment will be.
Salaries are paid monthly, during the last week of each month. Should your salary include commission, please speak to Walter and Mine about the arrangements of when payment will be.
Should you want a review of salary, please speak to Walter and Mine about it. The salary review process will take into account your performance in your role and the market rates for your role. Please do note that reviews will not necessarily lead to an increase.
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In the Netherlands it is standard to pay so-called 'vakantiegeld' (holiday money). You will see this saved up every month with your salary and it gets paid out with your May salary. By default this is 8% of your annual salary which means that if you have worked with us from June 1st to May 30th the next year at the end of May you can basically expect an extra month's salary.
## Expenses
## Expenses
- All expenses are subject to approval
- Expenses have to be OlinData related in order to be eligible for reimbursement
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---
title: First Day
---
# First day checklist
Check that you have a Google account -> alias@olindata.com
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---
title: Fridays
---
Since most of us are away on engagements, we don’t always get to see
each other a lot. We feel that it is important for us as a team to
spend time together to bond, learn and inspire each other. If we’re
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# Being present
We assume everyone to be there on Fridays, but if you can’t make it
this is totally fine. Please let us know one day in advance via Slack or email
with the reason why you can't be at the office. We’re all responsible adults,
this is totally fine. Please let us know one day in advance via Slack or email
with the reason why you can't be at the office. We’re all responsible adults,
so we trust you to make the right decision.
Since we only get together one day a week, we would like to spend a good amount of
time together. Please be at the office before 9.30 am. Remember, this is still
a work day :)
a work day :)
---
title: History
---
# history book
In this chapter we'll gather some of the things we have done in the past so you can get some background and figure out who or what to place where and when.
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---
title: Joining
---
## Joining OlinData
### Important information to provide when you join OD
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---
title: Laptop Policy
---
## laptop policy
TL;DR: We need you to be able to do your work properly. If you can justify what you need, we'll make sure you get it.
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---
title: Management Meetings
---
# Management meetings
Since Walter, Mine and Jonah are on the road quite often, sometimes it is hard to keep in sync.
Since Walter, Mine and Jonah are on the road quite often, sometimes it is hard to keep in sync.
To make sure we keep a steady course towards our goals, the three of us will meet weekly to discuss our day-to-day operations and running matters.
## Agenda
Since we're all very busy we need to use our time in an effective manner. By keeping our meetings focussed and following a known structure we can do this in an efficient manner.
Every week, on Wednesday next Friday's agenda will be created, put on the google drive and sent around to all participants per email.
This way, all participants can prepare for the meeting, and we make best use of our time.
Since we're all very busy we need to use our time in an effective manner. By keeping our meetings focussed and following a known structure we can do this in an efficient manner.
Every week, on Wednesday next Friday's agenda will be created, put on the google drive and sent around to all participants per email.
This way, all participants can prepare for the meeting, and we make best use of our time.
If you want to put something on the agenda, please send an email before Wednesday so everyone has the time to prepare for the points in question.
The standard format for a meeting is always open for change and further refinement. Currently the meeting structure is:
The standard format for a meeting is always open for change and further refinement. Currently the meeting structure is:
```
Meeting <day of the week, day index, > of <month> - <year>
Attending: <People who are attending>
Unable to attend: <People who are unable to attend, but notified on beforehand>
Unable to attend: <People who are unable to attend, but notified on beforehand>
Moderator: <Name of the person moderating the meeting>
Note taker: <Name of the person producing the notes of the meeting>
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a. Consultancy (Jonah)
b. MSP (Walter)
6. New points
a. <First new point on the agenda>
a. <First new point on the agenda>
b. <Second new point on the agenda>
7. Long running points
a. AWS Partnership
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9. Meeting end.
=-=-=-=-=-=
Action points:
Action points:
[Walter]
11-01-2018: Rock a certain conference
12-01-2018: Produce a blogpost about said rocking
[Mine]
01-01-2018: Make the company even more awesome!
01-01-2018: Make the company even more awesome!
[Jonah]
21-02-2018: Jonah needs to perform action x
09-10-2017: Some old point Jonah has not taken care of yet.
09-10-2017: Some old point Jonah has not taken care of yet.
```
### Opening
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### Announcements
This is for announcing things that are mainly related to the meeting itself or have no other place.
For example:
For example:
- I need to leave early because I have a meeting with customer x
- A company is coming to maintain our electricity on Monday and somebody needs to be present.
- A company is coming to maintain our electricity on Monday and somebody needs to be present.
It is important to note here that the things that come up during announcements should not be of the nature that it triggers a discussion. It is simply a notification of a fact.
### Setting agenda
If for some reason you were unable to add your points to the agenda on beforehand, this is the moment to speak up and add the points to the agenda.
If for some reason you were unable to add your points to the agenda on beforehand, this is the moment to speak up and add the points to the agenda.
After this point, the only moment you can discuss something that is not on the agenda is during the question round.
This might seem harsh, but this is one of the main mechanisms of keeping our meetings focussed.
### Action items
Action items can be created at every moment during the meeting. After every meeting, a corrected list of actual action points will get sent to all relevant parties
this will give an overview of: What has been completed, what is still in process, and all new points.
this will give an overview of: What has been completed, what is still in process, and all new points.
When discussing this point, we quickly go over any open action points. It is not the intention to have a very long story about all points.
Usually Completed, WIP or no longer relevant will suffice.
When discussing this point, we quickly go over any open action points. It is not the intention to have a very long story about all points.
Usually Completed, WIP or no longer relevant will suffice.
If more context is needed, it is possible though.
### Business units and long running projects
Our core business units, and ventures, have 1 responsible contact person.
During the meeting, it is their responsibility to report on any progress and issues for this subject.
When something needs to be communicated to this unit this will done through this single contact.
Our core business units, and ventures, have 1 responsible contact person.
During the meeting, it is their responsibility to report on any progress and issues for this subject.
When something needs to be communicated to this unit this will done through this single contact.
### New points
Anything new that comes up, or any new subjects that are proposed to the agenda are handled here. If the point is recurring and comes up at a next meeting, it will move to long running points.
Anything new that comes up, or any new subjects that are proposed to the agenda are handled here. If the point is recurring and comes up at a next meeting, it will move to long running points.
### Long running points
Usually we can go through this subject pretty quickly. Here, longer running points are quickly reviewed to make sure that we keep an eye on them.
Usually we can go through this subject pretty quickly. Here, longer running points are quickly reviewed to make sure that we keep an eye on them.
### Question round
During the meeting, it is not allowed to ask questions about anything off-topic, these questions and announcements are kept until this point of the meeting, where they can all be handled in one go.
During the meeting, it is not allowed to ask questions about anything off-topic, these questions and announcements are kept until this point of the meeting, where they can all be handled in one go.
## Attending a meeting
On Fridays at XX:XX we have our management meeting at the office. If one of us is unable to attend physically we will still try to join through videoconferencing.
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During every meeting notes are taken, these are publicly available except for any sensitive manners.
Any thing sensitive is simply refered to from the notes, and is stored elsewhere
---
title: Media
---
### Dealing with media/giving interviews
Should any media approach you or ask you for an interview, please ensure that you mention about this to Walter and/or Mine. We can then determine the best course of action together.
---
title: Recuitment
---
# Referral bonus
In order to incentivise people to bring us good new employees we have a referral bonus. If someone completes their first month succesfully the person referring them gets either 1000 EUR if the referring person was external or 2000 EUR if the referring person was an employee. This amount is gross and any taxes are borne by yourself.
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1. Company introduction
1. Outline the recruitment process to the candidate and a timeline
1. Check the candidates motivation and check if there is a good fit for the company. Make sure the candidate is not an asshole (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_No_Asshole_Rule)
1. Scope a possible next technical assessment: What kind of engineer are they and what is their skill level?
1. Scope a possible next technical assessment: What kind of engineer are they and what is their skill level?
1. Prepare the technical assessment
1. Decide on what assignments the get (more than 1, they don’t have to finish them all)
1. Decide on what assignments the get (more than 1, they don’t have to finish them all)
1. Create a personalized git repo by copying the contents of a few of our assessment repos into a special one for them
1. Create all user-accounts needed and create a csv file to send them with the creds.
1. Create a checklist of boxes they need to/ can tick by doing the assignment and add this to their repo. The candidate should also know what they’re getting scored on.
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1. Go through it together with the candidate and also tell them what checks they pass and which ones they didn’t
1. Announce in-channel #hr that there is a new git repo available for evaluation
1. At least 2 different people will need to be assigned to the repo and evaluate the results.
1. Prepare technical phone interview, creating a checklist of things to check with the candidate, this should include:
1. Prepare technical phone interview, creating a checklist of things to check with the candidate, this should include:
1. Relative skill level
1. Technologies that they are familiar with
1. Technologies that they are not familiar with
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- General analytic ability
- Creativity
These challenges will be sent to you via a git repo in our company gitlab containing an assessment and a solution folder. You are requested to create a solution and commit it back to our gitlab server.
These challenges will be sent to you via a git repo in our company gitlab containing an assessment and a solution folder. You are requested to create a solution and commit it back to our gitlab server.
Since this repository will be kept for archival purposes, please take care not to commit _any_ credentials to this repo.
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---
title: Software and SaaS
---
# Systems used in OD
## GitLab
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# Systems no longer in active use
## Pipedrive
This was our sales CRM, used to store all cases/opportunities and keep
track with all the actions needed. Since we have shifted business
models this is not so critical anymore.
---
title: Time-Off
---
# Holiday and Leave of Absence
## Public Holidays 2018
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* It is strongly recommended each person schedules at least one longer holiday each year, preferrably 2 consecutive weeks. We need you, but we need you sane!
* Spreading the holiday year around is highly recommended, so you don’t burn out from long stretches without a break. We recommend everyone to schedule at least a 3 day break evrey quarter.
* There is a company-wide 22-day minimum limit for everyone.
* Remaining holiday days can be rolled over to first 6 months of the following year.
* Remaining holiday days can be rolled over to first 6 months of the following year.
* For more information please check the links: https://www.iamexpat.nl/career/employment-news/holiday-allowance-and-vacation-days-netherlands and https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/vakantiedagen-en-vakantiegeld/vraag-en-antwoord/hoe-kan-ik-mijn-vakantiedagen-opnemen
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Since we want to encourage people to leave the comfort of their own home and go explore the world we offer a one month paid sabbatical for everyone. The rules for this:
* 1 month of paid leave for every 3 years you have completed employment with OlinData BV.
* Effectively in every fourth year you can take off for one month.
* 1 month of paid leave for every 3 years you have completed employment with OlinData BV.
* Effectively in every fourth year you can take off for one month.
* This doesn't accumulate. Either you take it in your fourth year or it goes away.
## How to request time off
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```
@nilo request timeoff on today because I'm sick!
@nilo request timeoff from Januray 3rd to Janurary 10th because I'm going on a vacation.
```
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```
---
title: Traveling for work
---
# Traveling for work
## Accommodation
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title: Who's Who?!
---
# Who's who?
Before we dive into what your new position is all about, it is
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### Clayton Stevenson
He started his career in people operations, but after years of being a technology hobbyist he made the move to working with technology professionally.
---
title: 30 Percent rule
---
# 30 percent rule for expats
This page will explain the 30 percent rule in detail and when you're eligible for it.
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---
title: Onboarding
chapter: true
---
In many online services in The Netherlands you are identified with your DigiD. After you get a BSN and register to an address where you can receive mail, you should apply for one here: https://digid.nl/aanvragen
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title: DigID
---
In many online services in The Netherlands you are identified with your DigiD. After you get a BSN and register to an address where you can receive mail, you should apply for one here: https://digid.nl/aanvragen
---
title: EU Citizen
---
# Coming to NL to work when you're already an EU citizen
If you are already an EU citizen, the process of coming to the Netherlands to work and live here is much easier. You don't need to apply for a residence permit. Instead you can go straight to renting a place to live and get a BSN when registering with the municipality.
More info here: <https://ind.nl/en/Forms/8005.pdf>
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More info here: <https://ind.nl/en/Forms/8005.pdf>
---
title: Knowledge Migrant
---
# Coming to NL as a knowledge migrant
# The application process
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title: Moving to the Netherlands
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# Moving to the Netherlands
A potential moving of country for a new job is a big undertaking and shouldn't be underestimated. This document is intended to help you out with some of the issues.
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2- At the time of your appointment you have to be in the selected branch
3- Five working days(or sooner) after the creation of your bank account you will receive 3 different letters from ING bank (your card+your username for your online banking activation+your card pin code)
3- Five working days(or sooner) after the creation of your bank account you will receive 3 different letters from ING bank (your card+your username for your online banking activation+your card pin code)
# Liability Insurance
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# Bringing your partner with you
This page explains some of the things involved in taking your partner (or family) with you to the Netherlands when you come here as a knowledge migrant.
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# Age requirement
In order to bring your partner here, if you're not already married you need to both be over the age of 21. Note that for this condition the only way to get your partner along with the same status of residence is through marriage.
In order to bring your partner here, if you're not already married you need to both be over the age of 21. Note that for this condition the only way to get your partner along with the same status of residence is through marriage.
# IND
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title: Documentation standard
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# Why do we have this standard?
Documentation is one of the most crucial aspects of our jobs. We heavily rely on
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# Why do we have this Standard?
Reports are usually read by non-technical people so they need to be written
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title: Security Policy
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# Welcome to OlinData's Security Policy
Please keep in mind that we will consistently update this policy to make our practices on par with the most recent security trends and compliance standards.
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title: Web Application Security Policy
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# Purpose
The purpose of this policy is to define web application security assessments within OlinData BV. Web application assessments are performed to identify potential or realised weaknesses as a result of inadvertent mis-configuration, weak authentication, insufficient error handling, sensitive information leakage, etc. Discovery and subsequent mitigation of these issues will limit the attack surface of OlinData BV services available both internally and externally as well as satisfy compliance with any relevant policies in place.
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title: Audit Policy
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# Purpose
The purpose of this document is to serve as a guideline to all upcoming audits and it should be enforced at every assessment.
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title: Change Management
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title: Change Process
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# Purpose
This document set the current definition of what a Change is regarding our own and managed environments. </