Metallurgical shop #
Clones of the social status of artisan and above can work in a metallurgical workshop.
Conditions of employment #
To work, the clone requires a working tool:
- work gloves (for apprentices and foundry masters);
- pen (for the workshop manager and manager).
Also, to get hired, your clone will need at least 3 units of steel rolling knowledge.
A clone can only hold one position in a given enterprise. Work at this enterprise can be combined with work at other state-owned enterprises (except for a meat factory). Clones begin their careers in the metallurgical shop as apprentices. If its characteristics meet the conditions of employment for a higher position, the clone will be transferred to it automatically.
While working at this facility, the clone consumes one point of stamina per day. In the case when a clone works simultaneously at different state-owned enterprises, the stamina consumption is summed up. A clone who does not have enough stamina to perform the duties will receive a reprimand in lieu of pay. Having received reprimands in this position for three consecutive days, he will be fired.
At any time, the clone can resign of his own free will.
Salaries to all employees of the metallurgical workshop are paid daily at the estimated time (after 00:00 GMT) in one part - an additional bonus.
Also, your clone will be awarded experience units daily, their number depends on the position occupied.
Detailed information for each position can be seen on the company page by hovering over the position name.
Additional bonus #
The size of the bonus depends on the amount of steel-rolling knowledge the clone has. The more units of this special knowledge a clone has, the higher his bonus will be. If the amount of knowledge is not enough to receive the minimum payout (0.0001 gold coin), then the clone will not receive a bonus that day.
Mining knowledge can be acquired in several ways:
- by exchanging experience, prudence or charisma for them in the “Characteristics Exchange” section (“Character” → “Education” → “Characteristics Exchange”);
- using magical artifacts from fairy-tale characters.
Every day the state transfers to the metallurgical workshop bonus fund:
- 25% of gold coins paid by clones for blacksmithing training;
- 3% of gold coins received from sales in the weapons shop;
- 30% of gold coins spent by clones in the manufacture of ammunition (salt and live ammunition, cannonballs);
- 10% commission on sales on the arms exchange.
At the estimated time, the metallurgical shop’s bonus fund accumulated over the previous day is paid in four installments:
- 10% of the fund - to all apprentices, in proportion to the amount of steel rolling knowledge of each clone;
- 50% of the fund - to all masters of the foundry, in proportion to the amount of steel rolling knowledge of each clone;
- 30% of the fund - to all managers of the foundry, in proportion to the amount of steel rolling knowledge of each clone;
- 10% of the fund - to all managers, in proportion to the amount of steel rolling knowledge of each clone.
Number of jobs and promotions #
Each position has a different number of job openings. This amount is calculated according to the following rules:
- the number of jobs for apprentice positions is not limited;
- the number of jobs for the position of foundry foreman is not limited;
- for every 100 foundry workers there is 1 foundry manager;
- Manager positions are not currently opening and vacant positions will be eliminated.
Changes in the number of jobs, transfer of workers from position to position occur at the estimated time (after 00:00 GMT).
Also, during the working day, one or more of the already occupied positions may become vacant (if the clone resigns of his own free will or is fired for other reasons). In this case, the company will display available places.
If there are not enough lower-level employees, the vacancy for a management position will be filled at the estimated time. In this case, the employee with the least amount of steel rolling knowledge will be transferred to a lower position.
To become a foundry foreman, a clone must work as an apprentice. At the end of the working day, the clone will be promoted, subject to matching social status.
To occupy a higher position, your clone must meet the following requirements:
- have the necessary social status (or higher);
- have more units of steel rolling knowledge than the clone ranked last among the clones occupying a higher position.
If these conditions are met, at the end of the working day, your clone will be promoted to position, and the clone who previously occupied it will be demoted to a lower level.
Note that promotion can occur even when the clone lacks the tools needed to perform in a higher position. In this case, the clone will be promoted, but due to the lack of a tool, he will not be able to perform his duties and will receive a reprimand.
A clone’s higher social status does not increase the chance of obtaining a higher position. It only determines the opportunity to occupy a particular position. Promotion is affected only by the level of specialized knowledge.