Code of Conduct
To help maintain a safe and welcoming environment, we ask that all community members adhere to a few guidelines that are listed below. Don’t worry, the rules are simple. Our policy is final — any violations will be reviewed and are subject to removal from the Resources for Humans community.
NOTE: This is not a community for legal advice and on some range of topics (visas, harassment issues, compliance, etc.) the community members are not giving legal advice and should not be considered responsible for that advice.
Always be supportive and helpful to others. Speak to others the way you’d like them to speak to you. Help us keep this place as accessible and inclusive as possible.
No selling and no lead generation, please and thank you! This space is strictly for HR professionals to connect and learn from each other. DO NOT contact a member in order to solicit them without their explicit permission.If anyone reaches out to you trying to solicit a product or recruiting service, to push a survey for company purpose, etc., notify an RfH admin or ambassador.
Keep it in the Community
Resources for Humans is a safe space for HR leaders to ask questions and share their POV. These conversations should be kept within the confines of the community; no sharing with the outside world.
The quality and usefulness of this community depends on you:
- Ask questions
- Answer questions
- Engage in discourse
- Keep the conversation to the right channel
The best policy is one message, one channel — avoid posting in multiple channels for more visibility (for everyone’s sake)!
We encourage you to help lead the conversation! This community is a forum to engage with other knowledgeable professionals — think of it as a place to discuss strategies, ask questions, share insights, provide mentorship, etc.