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The staff

In the staff page you can hire and dismiss your staff employers. The staff is characterised by a level of "teamwork". If there aren't changes in the staff the level of teamwork will tend to go up and so the staff performance will improve where it's employed. In case of hiring or dismissal the level of teamwork will tend to go down according to the number of hiring/dismissals. If you have more than 6 drivers in the team (at the moment of daily updating) the level of teamwork will tend to go down instead of about 5 points causing your employers' performance to get worse. The cost for the hiring of a staff member has a fixed cost of 1.000 .
Each staff member has got a fixed salary of 1.000 per week. There are no limits in the hiring of employers but when the hiring of employers increases too much the benefits are lower and lower and obviously the costs are higher and higher. Furthermore in order to hire or dismiss employers you must consider that the expected availabilty added to the present pending offers (both in entrance and in exit) never goes under the amount of -200.000 or you will not be allowed to carry out further financial movements, including hiring/dismissal. Here follows the description of each group of employers' members.

Mechanics: they are important for pitstops and for reducing wear and tear of components in the race.

Technicians: they are important for the construction of a new car component.

Copywriters: they encourage contract proposal of sponsors for the team and the increase in the supporters' numbers.

Observers: they are important in finding out young talented drivers in youth championships.

Fitness coaches: with 20 coaches and a high teamwork level the drivers will loose about 1.5 kilos per season. They will put on about 1.5 kilos per season if you dont hire any coach. You can achieve a halfway balance hiring half the coaches and keeping a mid-range teamwork level. If you hire more than 20 coaches you will only get slight further benefits.

Maintenance men: they reduce the wear and tear of circuits during races and they represent the merchandising shops' employers, contributing to the sales.