Treat others how you want to be treated.

&amp Code of Conduct

Purpose

The &amp community is driven by the desire for constant learning and teaching. We empower our peers and colleagues by sharing knowledge and giving support whenever possible. We surround ourselves with people who we admire and respect.

The work we are doing has an impact. We are crafting software which helps people and businesses to improve.

&amp is a success driven company. We make pragmatic decisions and do not get lost in unnecessary details - results matter. People working at &amp have a clear career path and won't ever be dependent on anybody's good will.

Expected Behaviour

Unexpected Behaviour

Unacceptable Behaviour

Consequences of Unacceptable Behaviour

Any unacceptable behaviour is going to lead to a conversation with somebody representing &amp People Operations. There are serious penalties for engaging in the described behavior. Common penalties include demotions, job transfers and in the most extreme cases, termination. However, please remember that mistakes happen, you are not a bad person, reassess your behaviour and do better next time.

Report Unacceptable Behaviour

Please don’t hesitate to report unacceptable behaviour to &amp People Operations. We encourage you to contact us using your contact details, so we can better help people harmed. Retaliation against anyone who reports unacceptable behaviour is out of question and we’ll do everything in our power to enforce that. However, if you want to reach out to us anonymously, you can use a service like anonymousemail.me.

Scope

This Code of Conduct applies to all &amp co-workers and people connected. Everything written in this document is valid during working hours, as well as during events by &amp. It also applies to all communication no matter which medium, online or offline.

Version, license and attribution

This Code of Conduct is last edited in March 2021 and has the version 1.0.1. It gets versioned using semantic versioning. The whole document is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. Portions of text derived from the Thoughtworks', Google, Geek Feminism's and Starbucks's Code of Conduct.