Sarah McGovern has long sought to enable rural and impoverished populations, especially the single mothers in those areas, to work remotely in order for them to gain ground personally, and so that they can avoid the hazards of being in need in hostile or barren environments. With the "virus cr... Read More
Sarah McGovern has long sought to enable rural and impoverished populations, especially the single mothers in those areas, to work remotely in order for them to gain ground personally, and so that they can avoid the hazards of being in need in hostile or barren environments. With the "virus crisis" now emerging as it is, and with all of us so sheltered in place, Sarah feels now is the best time to push hard to establish Re:Work, a new remote workforce. With Re:Work, it will be possible for Sarah to set into motion this compassionate and empowering stance for those in need, and for her to immediately pair remote employers with longterm remote employees. Re:Work will ensure the workforce's effective management and facilitate their workloads and employer communications, giving remote work to those recently laid-off or deeply affected by this virus crisis, and beyond.
The $125,000 of funding requested will be spent on the following Re:Work upstart budget:
Planning, recruiting, and ongoing management salary for the team of 4 remote workers for the first year and each year after, subject to raises and bonuses for good performance as rated by remote workforce (employees to rate boss structure, not the converse, manager to work 25 hours a week): $25,000
Equipment for the new workforce of 4, (laptops, headsets, secure satellite internet access, and paid training, will be given to all): approximately $25,000 per year, per 4 new remote workers
Workforce net salaries per worker per year for 25 hours of work per week: 4 workers at $18,000 each totals to $72,000, (or $1500 per month, $375 per week, $15 per hour each)
A contingency sum of $3,000 is included for any miscellaneous or unforeseen expenses.
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Sarah McGovern is a long-time advocate for various causes, as well as a business manager, legal researcher, and writer. She has been the general manager of solar and IT companies, having graduated from CSULB with a BS in physics, etc. Sarah is also the founder of the Foundation for Free Education.
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