Registration

 

We implement the project in phases and will support the team as follow:

 

Step 1

Principal register his agency on our server. The "Wild Card" Campaign is discussed on the Introduction Page for Principals.

 

Step 2

Principal mail us his/her media photo. This photo will be used for the media campaigns.

 

Step 3

Principal mail us the list of agents and admin people employed.

 

Step 4

Homecare team will arrange invoice and will start with the IT Support.

 

Step 5

The Homecare team will set-up the principal as an Ambassador on our website.

 

Step 6

The Homecare team will mail the team a document, giving them access to the website.

 

Step 7

Principal should identify a person who can represent the agency as Stock Controller. The principal and Homecare Chairman will discuss remuneration options to ensure that Stock Controller put in all his/her energy into setting up the systems. (The Remuneration might be a commitment to future rewards, not immediately)

 

Step 8

Homecare team will provide principal a report on which agents opened the Invitation mail. (It is a server e-mail that is addressed to the agents on behalf of the Principal (Who are now an official Ambassador of the Homecare Foundation)

It is the Principal’s task to instruct agents that they should read the website, even if the agents are tasked to read 3 pages per day. It is not the Homecare Board’s responsibility to phone agents and ask them to read content.

 

We know that it is a challenging task to ask agents that they should spend time on a website. Principal should however remember that it is important that the agents TRUST the principal. They will only change their mindsets if they realize that the principal is working towards providing a safer working environment that will also be more driven towards better working hours.

 

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