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Do any companies have comprehensive internal documentation that is public? Usually, no, they do not have. That kind of information is considered part of the business secrets. Some companies publish that information, among other reasons, because: they are already big enough and cannot be shaken by the competition; they do everything for free anyway, and ...


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I forwarded the email to my immediate HR rep and stated (diplomatically) that I wasn't comfortable doing this. Are there any other steps I should take? You can offer to sign a note, crafted by HR, attesting that you were eligible to work on the date you were hired. You would sign it and date it with the current date, not backdated. HR could then attach ...


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While I get your caution in this situation, I think your over reacting here. My thought is that you were eligible to work and would have completed the form on your first day of employment, but the form that they need to have you fill out was somehow missed in the onboarding process. As the comments to the question state, you cannot be forced to do this, ...


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Full disclosure I did write this tool, but it's completely free to use. No ads or tracking etc. I faced the same problem and wrote a Chrome extension to save a backlog of links. Originally it was a ghetto playlist creator where I could queue up a load of stuff to watch and just click next, but it will work for your need of storing web links. https://chrome....


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Stack Exchange posts I want to read... You can "favourite" questions by clicking on the star: They will then appear in the Favorites tab on your Activity page.


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I see 3 issues here: When you transfer data, management may erroneously think that you are stealing proprietary company information. Some means of transferring data may create security problems. Management may frown on taking time off from actual work to save information for personal use. Let me address #3 first. In real life, employees have to spend some ...


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My workplace has a fairly generic (and therefore restrictive) policy on not transferring internal documents from work laptops to personal laptops or storage drives, for the common/obvious reasons. You need to find out what the bolded expression actually means. In most organisations, this interpretation would exclude: Links to commonly available data ...


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Paystubs Speak with the HR department. They may be able to see if this stuff can be emailed to you. While the Paystubs are work-related, they are not work IP, and need to be available to you even when you're not at work. links to books/articles that I want to read later Create a google account, or your equivalent browsers account, for this purpose and ...


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My workplace has a fairly generic (and therefore restrictive) policy on not transferring internal documents from work laptops to personal laptops or storage drives, for the common/obvious reasons. Your personal email is a personal storage space, albeit not physical, so this seems like a really bad idea in general. Also, since the company provides you with ...


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