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To:kam.keiser@enron.com, victor.guggenheim@enron.com, darron.giron@enron.com,b.palmer@enron.com, jackson.logan@enron.com, phillip.love@enron.com
Subject:Late days
Cc:william.kelly@enron.com, jeffrey.gossett@enron.com, steve.jackson@enron.com,susan.harrison@enron.com
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Date:Fri, 26 May 2000 03:59:00 -0700 (PDT)


As you know (all too well!), your job does not offer you all of the
flexibility that you might like. In an effort to give you a little more free
time, we will start with the following plan.

What's a late day and who gets them?
Each book calc'er will sign up for a one late day a month. A late day is
defined as a one in which you do not come into the office until 3 p.m.

When can I have one?
The late days to sign up for include any day Monday-Friday (excluding bid
week thru 2nd workday). Only one person can be out with a late day each

Who's my back-up?
When you enjoy your late day, your back-up as defined below is responsible
for your activities until 3 p.m. If the following back-up schedule needs to
change, let's make that quickly. If you need additional security access to
back-up someone, then put that request in immediately. Each of the back-ups
should "swap" jobs for a few days (until 3 p.m. to practice your

If the back-up plan is successful, then we can potentially expand our
creative work schedule possibilities. We must prove that it will work,
however, before can take any more steps.

When do we start?
All regions will implement in June. . .Irena will coordinate the calendar
next week.

Let me know what you think!