SSC Meeting Room Guidelines & Maps
How to Secure a Meeting room
• Open a new meeting in your calendar and add the necessary information and attendees
• Click “Scheduling Assistant” at the top of the page
• Click “Add Rooms…” at the bottom left corner of the page
• Select the room you wish to secure and hit “ok”
• You will see the room’s availability once it’s added to the list of attendees. If it’s available, it will be booked when you send the meeting invite
• If it’s not available, remove that room from your list of attendees and select a different room until you find one available.
• It’s the meeting organizer’s responsibility to make sure the room is secured properly. If it’s not secured and someone else secures the room instead – they’ve got “dibs”
• You must secure your room through your meeting request. This way, if you cancel your meeting, the room will automatically be cancelled and become available again
In order to make sure our meeting rooms are available and equipped when we need them, we ask that all meeting organizers follow the below guidelines when securing any meeting room:
• Meetings with less than 3 attendees should be held in an office if at all possible
• Secure a meeting room to accommodate the number of attendees. (if you only have 5 attendees, you should secure a smaller room)
• Do not use push-pins, nails, tape or other pokey/sticky items to hang things on the walls. You may use Post-It Easel Pad paper on the walls. Anything you put up for your meeting must come down immediately after your meeting.
• Clean the room when you leave! This means remove all catering, trash, handouts and materials and clean the white board of any meeting notes. You don’t like to walk into a messy room and neither does the next person.
• Be courteous of other meetings and end your meeting at the scheduled time
• To cancel your meeting, open the meeting and click “Cancel Meeting” in the top left corner. This will remove the meeting from the room and your attendees’ calendars.
Note: Do not type “Canceled” in the subject line. This will leave the room still blocked and unavailable for use.
Merchandising Priority Rooms
We have 3 rooms that are considered vendor priority rooms and should only be used if all other rooms are booked: DeMatteo, Carlson and Fontaine. (These are located near the front lobby.) These rooms are available to view/secure; however, if these rooms are needed for merchandising/vendor meetings you may be bumped and asked to secure another room. So use these as a last resort.
The Meetings & Travel Team
The Meetings & Travel team is responsible for overseeing all GameStop meeting space and available to assist you in any large internal/external meetings. If you have questions regarding meetings please email Corp-Meetings&Travel@gamestop.com