(to be done **after** you start work 😁 )
== General orientation ==
As you would expect from a part of the Wikimedia movement, we have a sprawling mass of documentation. Here are some key pieces to get familiar with.
 our [staff handbook](https://office.wikimedia.org/wiki/Staff_handbook) on Office wiki. This is the official guide to organizational policies, principles, and benefits.
 the [guide for new hires](https://office.wikimedia.org/wiki/Guide_for_new_hires) on Office wiki. Edit this if you figure out something important is missing or outdated!
 the [staff and contractors page](https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Staff_and_contractors) on the Foundation website. You probably already know about this.
 our [internal contact list](https://office.wikimedia.org/wiki/Contact_list) on Office wiki.
== Access ==
 Get access to [Office wiki](https://office.wikimedia.org/).
 Get set up with a staff account.
 Edit your CSS and JS so that it's distinct from your personal account.
 Confirm your access to the Product Analytics team drive.
== Communications ==
Join (see [office:Mailing lists](https://office.wikimedia.org/wiki/Mailing_lists) for instructions if necessary):
 Set up email filters so that mail from all mailing lists bypasses your inbox and goes to a folder which you can check occasionally. You don't want to skip this ;)
 Set up your Google Calendar so that meetings you create are modifiable by other attendees by default.
== Profiles ==
 Add a profile photo to your staff G Suite account.
 Set up a Meta-wiki user page for your staff account.
 Add yourself to the Office wiki contact list.
== Meetings ==
Have introductory meetings with:
 Marshall Miller
 Joe Matazzoni
 Jon Katz
 Dan Garry
 Runa Bhattacharjee and Amir Aharoni
 Nuria Ruiz
 Andrew Otto and Dan Andreescu
 Erica Litrenta and Benoît Evellin
 Sherry Snyder and Nick Wilson