Engage Page (FAQ)

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Engage Page (FAQ)



The Engage Page is designed as a resource for all employees, transferees, and visitors hoping to learn more about our organization! Below is a list of frequently asked questions with written answers and hyperlinks to other pages. If you have additional questions please reach out to the Executive Office of the President!


How do I post a Leave of Absence or Meeting Absence?

  1. Log on to your thehabbowh.com account and click “ME” at the top right.
  2. Select “Leave of Absence” or “Meeting Absence” from the dropdown, and provide your reason before submitting it.
  3. If you require a permanent Meeting Absence, you will have to specify that. 
  4. You will receive a site notification once your LoA/MA has been accepted, so make sure to wait for it!

How do I check my pixel count?

  1. When on the website, click "ME", once a dropdown menu appears, click "Employment and Payments" under the "Employment and Elections" section.
  2. Once on the Employment and Payments page, you'll be able to see your current pixel balance, as well as how much you get paid weekly.

How can I verify my alternate account on the website?

  1. Having your Habbo alternate account linked to your website account will save you trouble if you ever get banned on Habbo.
  2. Click “ME” then click “Settings”.
  3. Proceed to “Verified Alts” on the sidebar and follow the instructions provided.
  4. To view a full list of verified alts:
    1. Click the "LEARN" tab 
    2. Select Verified Alts

Discord

  1. Discord is a free messaging (text, audio, and video) software.
  2. You can access it via your browser or download the app on your PC or mobile devices.
  3. Discord allows White House employees to communicate outside of Habbo.
  4. Each branch has its own server, but we also have a global server for all employees.
  5. If you would like to be added to either, contact your Branch Leadership or EOP for an invitation!

Safety

  1. Check out our Internet Safety, Discord Safety, Mafia Protection Guide for additional hints and tips on being safe and protecting your privacy online.
  2. They are located under the “Learn” tab.

Leadership Rank Structure

  1. Who makes up the Executive Office of the President (EOP)?
    1. Click here to view the ranks and current employees that hold these ranks.
       
  2. What ranks make up the Congressional Leadership?
    1. Speaker of the House (4iC)
    2. President Pro Tempore (5iC)
    3. House Secretary (6iC)
    4. Secretary of the Senate (6iC)
    5. House Majority Leader (7iC)
    6. House Majority Whip (7iC)
    7. Senate Majority Leader (7iC)
    8. Senate Majority Whip (7iC)
            
  3. What ranks make up the Judicial Leadership?
    1. Chief Justice (4iC)
    2. Deputy Chief Justice (5iC)
    3. Senior Associate Justice (6iC) [2 Positions]
    4. Associate Justice (7iC) [5 positions]
    5. Solicitor General (7iC)
    6. Supreme Court Clerk (7iC)
       
  4. What ranks make up the Secret Service Leadership?
    1. The SS Branch is sectioned into five divisions with different roles and tasks.
       
    2. Management Division;
      1. Director of the Secret Service (4iC)
      2. Deputy Director of the Secret Service (5iC)
      3. SS Oversight Director (6iC)
         
    3. Welfare Division
      1. SS Staff Director (6iC)
      2. Deputy Staff Director (7iC)
         
    4. Education Division
      1. SS Education Director (6iC)
      2. Deputy Education Director (7iC)
         
    5. Training Division
      1. SS Training Director (6iC)
      2. Deputy Training Director (7iC)
         
  5. Keep in mind, the leadership positions in the Congress, Judicial, and SS Branches are seventh (7th) in-command or higher.

How do I grow within my branch?

  1. Legislative Branch
    1. The legislative branch places a huge value on the skill to write quality legislation and active engagement within branch proceedings such as debates -- so simply serving for a long time alone won’t do.
    2. Make sure to stay active within HQ and seek feedback on every bill you write. A continuous cycle of feedback, learning, and improvement should help you with reaching higher ranks!
       
  2. Judicial Branch
    1. Judicial has two pathways which support you in your goal of growing within the branch. Each pathway signifies what the member will be focusing on as they progress within the branch. The two pathways are OCJ (Office of the Chief Justice) and OAG (Office of the Attorney General). 

      1. Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ)

        This pathway is all about being a judge. The goal for the members who pursue this pathway is to join the Supreme Bench. These members focus on judging as a main priority, and many other elements that come with being a part of the Supreme Bench like; bill reviews, mastering objections, experiencing all types of court procedures as a judge, and etc.  
      2. Office of the Attorney General (OAG)

        This pathway is all about being an attorney. The goal for the members who pursue this pathway is to be a part of the Department of Justice. These members focus on being an attorney as a main priority, and many other elements that come with being a part of the Dept. of Justice like; scheduling cases, representing a client, settlement meetings, and etc.
    2. It is important to note that the pathway you choose is only a method to keep members on track within the branch. This does not equate to only being able to progress within the pathway. Members under the OAG pathway can pursue being a part of the Supreme bench, as for members under the OCJ can pursue being a part of the Dept. of Justice as they wish.

  3. Secret Service Branch
    1. You will finish your trial once you have shown the welfare division that you are capable of finishing your weekly tasks. Once off Trial, you will be able to promote Low Ranks.
    2. To progress, you will need to show Leadership that you are dedicated to completing your tasks and overachieving where you can. Helping others within the branch will also impress.
    3. The Secret Service has 5 divisions:
       
      1. Management Division
        1. are the leaders of the branch they are there to develop and help members within the branch progress.
        2. they set targets for all members and are in charge of the day to day running of the branch.
           
      2. Welfare Division
        1. manage and monitor activity within the branch and also control trials for new trainers joining.
           
      3. Education Division
        1. teaches and helps new low ranks who join the White House.
        2. assist new members in learning about all the different branches how to conduct themselves and help members progress.
           
      4. Training Division
        1. monitors and manage basic training and improve the script where they can.
        2. they help improve new members first experiences when they join. They all gather statistics for new SS members.

Transfers

  1. Transfers between branches
    1. If you wish to transfer to another branch, there are requirements you must meet:
      1. must be employed in your current branch for at least 5 days
      2. must pass the interview for the branch you are transferring to
      3. Having been approved by a 6iC+ of the branch you are transferring to
      4. notify all of the Senior Leadership (6iC+) of your current branch
         
  2. Transfers between allies and other agencies
    1. Ensure you are eligible by checking our Transfer Guide, found under the "Learn" tab.
    2. Follow the instructions provided in the Guide.

Lists

  1. Training Kick on Sight (TKoS)
    1. Individuals on this list cannot receive basic training at the Habbo White House. The DoSS and designated SSL can add and remove people from this list.
    2. You can access this list by clicking here. Then select "Training Kick on Sight" in the right margin.
       
  2. Ban on Sight List (BoS)
    1. Individuals on this list cannot be employed at the White House nor enter any of its rooms.
    2. The President, the Secretary of Defense, and a Supreme Court hearing determine whether a person is added to this list.
    3. You can access this list by clicking here. Then select "Ban on Sight" in the right margin.
       
  3. National Punishment (NP)
    1. Individuals (or agencies) on this list cannot join the Habbo White House or its allies (Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Weapons and Tactics, Habbo Defense Agency).
    2. You can access this list by clicking here. Then select "National Punishment" in the right margin.
       
  4. Hiring Blacklist
    1. Individuals on a branch’s blacklist cannot be employed in that branch.
    2. You can access this list by clicking here. Then select "Hiring Blacklist" in the right margin.

Updated on 27/Jul/2020 11:51 AM BST by Justln.