FIELD STAFF MEMBER, 1. a Field Staff Member serves the org of which he is an FSM, interests people, patches up cases and operates as a Dissemination, Qualifications function and comes under Distribution for admin purposes. (HCO PL 21 Oct 66 11) 2. all field auditors of the level of HBA and above are appointed herewith Field Staff Members of their nearest Scn organization. Their rank is Field Staff Member (Provisional). They come directly under the Department of Clearing, Director of Clearing of their nearest org. The purpose of the Field Staff Member is: to help LRH contact, handle, salvage and bring to understanding the individual and thus the peoples of earth. (HCO PL 9 May 65, Field Auditors Become Staff) 3. FSMs get people into Scn by disseminating to bring about an understanding of what Scn can do thus creating a desire for service, and selecting the person for that service. (BPL 15 Jun 73RI) Abbr. FSM.
FIELD STAFF MEMBER COMMISSION, 1. the official Scn organization to which the Field Staff Member is attached will pay the Field Staff Member a percentage of all training and processing fees received by that organization through its Field Staff Members. The Field Staff Member selects the person to be trained or processed after direct personal contact with the person and issues to that person a paper stating the contacted person has been selected. This paper bears the hour, date and place of the selection. If the selectee appears at the org, presents the selection paper to the cashier and enrolls for training or processing, and pays or signs the credit papers, the org sends at once a commission of 10% for total cash and 6 % for credit + cash payments. The org sends the sum at once. 10% is also paid in memberships bought by the selectee if accompanied by another selection paper marked membership also issued by the Field Staff Member. (HCO PL 9 May 65, Field Auditors Become Staff) 2. FSM percentages are corrected and established as follows: 15% will be paid for any selectee routed on for auditor training, 10% will be paid for any selectee routed on the solo line. (HCO PL 5 Jun 68 111)
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