Commit 65ef6bf4 authored by Brittany Rohde's avatar Brittany Rohde

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1. [ ] call with ___
1. [ ] call with ___
1. [ ] New team member: Link your GitLab email address to an easily recognizable photo of yourself on [Gravatar](https://en.gravatar.com/) (don't use an avatar, a stock photo or something with sunglasses, we have a lot of GitLabbers and our brains are comfortable with recognizing people, let's use them).
1. [ ] New team member: [Add yourself](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/onboarding-101/#add-yourself-to-team-page) to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/) with an easily recognizable photo. Assign the merge request to your hiring manager.
1. [ ] New team member: [Add yourself](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/#add-yourself-to-team-page) to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/) with an easily recognizable photo. Assign the merge request to your hiring manager.
1. [ ] New team member: Add yourself to the "New Hire Tweets" Google doc. Add the template text for the tweet that announces your entry to the team: "Very happy to announce that [NAME] joined our #[TEAM] team! Welcome [TWITTER HANDLE]! https://about.gitlab.com/team/". Erica will send out or schedule a tweet about the new hire when the addition to the team page has been merged.
1. [ ] New team member: Add yourself to the [public map](https://sundial.teleport.org/public/groups/Y3IahPR5vYjBpMyU2kZj) of everyone's location via [Sundial](https://docs.google.com/a/gitlab.com/document/d/1U0ZYlKgX_VZVCKUozRYehRSiNquzIN1hg8B2RP19QCw/edit?usp=sharing).
1. [ ] New team member: Encrypt the home folder of your hard drive (see the [security handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/security) for help).
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1. [ ] For this offboarding, the manager is @MENTION, People Ops is handled by @MENTION.
1. [x] _not relevant_ People Ops: Send an email to the chosen buddy letting them know that they have been chosen and include a link to the onboarding issue.
1. [ ] Google account
1. [ ] People Ops: Switch off 2FA for the account, reset the password, and add the new credentials to the People Ops vault in 1Password.
1. [ ] People Ops: Switch off 2FA for the account, reset the password, and add the new credentials to the People Ops vault in 1Password.
1. [ ] People Ops: Change the phone number and alternative email (typically personal email address) that are associated with the account.
1. [ ] People Ops: Check with the former team member's manager if they want the former team member's email forwarded to them. If yes, then login to the team member's account and set email to forward to the manager. Note: The account cannot be suspended if emails need to be forwarded. If no, then suspend the account.
1. [ ] People Ops: Check with the former team member's manager if they want the former team member's email forwarded to them. If yes, then login to the team member's account and set email to forward to the manager. Note: The account cannot be suspended if emails need to be forwarded. If no, then suspend the account.
1. [ ] People Ops: Switch 2FA back on. When asked for a phone number use your own, this is only for the purposes of turning 2FA back on.
1. [ ] People Ops: upon manager's request (typically 4 weeks after blocking
the Google account), transfer owned documents from Google Drive to
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1. [ ] 1Password
1. [ ] People Ops: Remove access to 1Password; take a screenshot of the user's permissions and post it in this offboarding issue.
1. [ ] People Ops: coordinate or actively change sensitive shared passwords. In particular:
1. [ ] People Ops: Ping admins of deparment systems to see if the individuals had access.
1. [ ] People Ops: Ping admins of deparment systems to see if the individuals had access.
1. [ ] sysadmin access passwords for GitLab.com Infrastructure (ssh, chef user/key, discuss others)
1. [ ] review what vaults former team member had access to, and discuss with vault "owners" which passwords should be changed.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Create GitLab.com account and leave a comment in this issue to tell us the name. (To clarify, this is **not** the same as your account and username on dev.gitlab.org which you already have if you can see this issue).
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1. [ ] People Ops: Remove GitLabbers profile from [Egencia](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#add-egencia).
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: schedule 10 [Virtual Coffee break calls](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#coffee-break-calls) of 30 mins with 10 different colleagues to get to know your team. You can also schedule more calls, or ask for help on the #questions channel in slack.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Link your GitLab email address to an easily recognizable photo of yourself on [gravatar](https://en.gravatar.com/).
1. [x] _not relevant, already addressed_ New team member: [Add yourself](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/onboarding-101/#add-yourself-to-team-page) to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/)
1. [x] _not relevant, already addressed_ New team member: [Add yourself](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/#add-yourself-to-team-page) to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/)
1. [ ] PeopleOps: Remove team member from the [public map](https://sundial.teleport.org/public/groups/Y3IahPR5vYjBpMyU2kZj) of everyone's location via [Sundial](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#sundial-removal).
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: I verify that the home folder of my hard drive is encrypted (see the [security handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/security) for help).
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Comment with a screenshot verifying that your hard drive is encrypted (`Command` + `Shift` + `3` on Mac).
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