Social Code Of Conduct
We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes our company stronger. So we expect you to foster a well-organized, respectful and collaborative environment. You should avoid offending, participating in heated altercations, and disrupting our workplace. We will not tolerate anyone intimidating, pestering, humiliating, victimizing, or sabotaging others at this company. We also prohibit willful discrimination based on age, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, or disability. This is by no means an exhaustive list but it gives an indication, use your common sense.
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Employee Code of Conduct Company Policy Template
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What enables us to be happy professionals
Spend your days doing meaningful, exceptional work, that has an impact and makes a difference. And spend your nights with your friends, family, and other passions.
Forced Full-time Office Work: What we think of it
To express it in a more or less drastic and very direct way, we think forced full-time office work is a broken way of living your happy and professional career. It simply does not make sense to handle tasks like coding or administrative office work sitting in an office as it can be down from anywhere! Remote work is a tool to enable us humans a better future and a higher life quality of life. Enjoy it.
We have a semi-flex workspace. Some people like to sit at the same desk 80% of the time and switch after a few months when joining another team or because they want a different view. So do whatever helps you focus, collaborate, and brainstorm.
Overlap times (former “Meetings”)
Let’s be honest. We - really - think Meetings are good if it’s about exchanging information and coordinating questions/issues/whatever. But, we also think, to meet the right and more on-time way is much better! So we simply kicked meetings (the way those are defined by stereotypes) and introduced...
OVERLAP TIMES. Those work quite simple. We agree on specific time overlaps - remote or in-person in our office - within a working week to enable us all to interact together, interactively and properly to...
- ask questions about current projects
- define roadmaps
- discuss Notion issues
- do some pair coding
- decide and draw architecture
- explore new and interesting open-source projects
Our overlap times are as follows:
1:30pm- 3:30pm CET
1:30pm- 3:30pm CET
1:30pm- 3:30pm CET
We don't like rules, but a decent amount of focus is important to finish tasks. You are the boss of your agenda and you are in charge of when you can be disturbed and when you can't. Headphones on = try to only disturb if really needed. Simple, right? Try it out!
Please keep the place picked up. Here are some good rules of thumb:
- Rinse your own dishes and put them in the dishwasher.
- Throw away your stuff. Don't leave garbage on your desk.
- Clean the coffee machine if you're the last one to use it in the morning.
- If you use a conference room, leave it the way you entered it.
- Turn off lights if you're locking up at the end of the night.
- Do not waste materials like paper and always recycle.
- Compost your food! Do not just throw it in the trash.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.