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McMiller Sports Center Mission 
The McMiller Sports Center Mission, along with the Wisconsin Department of Natural resources, is to provide a safe recreational shooting experience to the general public, to promote the shooting sports, to offer educational and instructional opportunities, and to help preserve and protect the public's shooting and hunting heritage. 


McMiller Sports Center Overview 
The McMiller Sports Center Employee Handbook has been developed to provide general guidelines about MSC policies and procedures for employees.  It is a guide to assist you in becoming familiar with someone of the privileges and obligations of your employment. None of the polices or guidelines in the handbook is intended to give rise to contractual rights or obligations, or to be construed as a guarantee of employment for any specific period of time, or any specific type of work.  Additionally, with the exception of the voluntary at-will employment policy, these guidelines are subject to modification, amendment or revocation by MSC at any time, with advance notice.
The personnel policies of MSC are established by the owners of Wern Valley Outdoors Incorporated, which has delegated authority and responsibility for their administration to the General Manager. The General Manager may, in turn, delegate authority for administering specific polices. Employees are encouraged to consult the General Manager for additional information regarding the policies, procedures, and privileges described in the Handbook. Questions about personnel matters also may be reviewed with the General Manager. 
McMiller Sports Center will provide each individual a copy of the Handbook upon employment. All employees are expected to abide by it. The Highest standards of personal and professional ethics and behaviors are expected at MSCs employees. Further, MSC expects each employee to display good judgment, diplomacy and courtesy in their professional relationships with members of MSC, committees, membership, staff, and the general public. 


Hours of work, Attendance and Punctuality 
Working Hours - The weather in Wisconsin will dictate the hours available for employment.  McMiller is an outdoor range, so more hours are available in the warmer months. Most employees are retired and are part time or seasonal workers. McMiller tried to be as flexible as possible to accommodate varying schedules.
Generated Schedules - Auto generated schedules are available one month prior to the scheduled date of work. General staff members can request time off prior to the scheduled week up to a full calendar year. All time off requests are approved prior to the schedule being published. After the published date, it is the requirement of the employee to get his or her shift covered. 
Absences - For all absences extending longer than one day, you must telephone your immediate supervisor prior to the start of each scheduled workday. When reporting an absence, you should indicate the nature of the problem causing your absence and your expected return-to-work date. A physician's statement may be required as proof of the need for any illness-related absence regardless of length of the absence. Except as provided in other policies, an employee who is absent from work for three consecutive days without notification to his or her supervisor or the General Manager will be considered to have voluntarily terminated his or her employment. The final paycheck will be mailed or direct deposited to the last mailing address or bank account on file with MSC. 
Excessive absences, tardiness or leaving early will be grounds for discipline up to and including termination for excessive absences, tardiness or leaving early. Depe
nding on the circumstances, including the employee's length of employment, MSC may counsel employees prior to termination for excessive absences, tardiness or leaving early. 
Overtime - Overtime pay, which is applicable only to non-exempt Employees, is for any time worked in excess of 40 hours in a work week. Only the General Manager, or his or her designee, upon the request of any employee supervisor, may authorize overtime. Overtime rate is one and one-half time the employee's straight time rate. Payment of overtime will be provided in the pay period following the period in which it is earned. 
Voluntary At-Will Employment - Unless an employee has a written employment agreement with MSC, which provides differently, all employment at MSC is "at-will". That means that employee may be terminated from employment with MSC with or without cause, and employees are free to leave the employment with MSC with or without cause. Any representation by any McMiller Sports Cetner officer or employee contrary to this policy is not binding upon McMiller Sports Center unless it is in writing and is signed by the Genral Manager with approval of the owners of Wern Valley Outdoors incorporated.
Equal Employment Opportunity - McMiller Sports Center shall follow the spirit and intent of all federal, state, and local employment law and is committed to equal employment opportunity. To that end, the owners of Wern Valley Outdoors Incorporated / MSC General Manager will not discriminate against any employee or applicant in a manner that violated the law. MSC is committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability political affiliation, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation or any other characteristics protected under federal, state or local law. Each person is evaluated on the basis of personal skill and merit. MCS polices regarding equal opportunity applies to all aspects of employment including recruitment, hiring, job assignment, promotions, working conditions, scheduling, wage and salary administration, disciplinary action and termination. The General Manager shall act as the responsible agent in the full implementation of the equal employment opportunities policy. 

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