Chapter 5 Formats for Emailing HR
(And then that's it!)
Following formatting is very important when emailing an HR employee about grievances or incidents that you wish resolved.
In this chapter, we will show how to send most emails to HR.
[Introduction - which is where you would explain the purpose of your email, meaning what type of grievance or issue you need to be resolved, be it pay dispute, workplace harassment, so on.]
[Body - where you provide the majority of the information relevant to the dispute, such as any people besides yourself involved, a basic description of the happenings, and anything else thought to be worth mentioning in the email.]
[Conclusion - this is where you wrap up your email, giving a summary, what type of resolution you would be initially seeking, and whether or not you're wishing to schedule an appointment with HR to discuss the issue further.]
[Name of Sender]
And with that, volume one of HR and You has been read.
Human Resources and Black Mesa Research Facilities would like to thank you for reading this guide on what we can do for you!
If you have any questions about what this guide covered or are wishing to schedule an appointment with Human Resources, send an email to your branch's workers today!
Chapter 5 Clearance Levels and You
(And why you shouldn't talk about classified information.)
As you become a more senior employee, you will find yourself being granted clearance to higher CLs and if you become a senior employee, you will also be granted access to the SAPs that go on within Black Mesa.
Sensitive and sometimes classified materials will go past your desk even as just a full-time employee and you are bound by contract to not speak of any information you may learn to anyone who is not cleared for it. It is also good conduct to not speak of the information with people who are not involved with the program unless necessary, even if they have the appropriate clearance.
It is not your job to disclose information about the projects and programs that are within BMRF. If someone needs to know something, they will either know or eventually be let into the know. The someone who lets them into the know is not you.
Remember, Black Mesa reports to the United States government - you can be charged with federal offenses for leaking information that is considered of importance to Black Mesa or the U.S. Government.
To outline the general clearances for each rank in HR, an overview is provided. Bear in mind this is just the CLs you will most likely have at each rank. You may be granted more depending on what you are currently investigating and then either have them revoked once the case is closed or keep them depending on how trustworthy you have proven yourself to be.