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Intempt Social Code

We want you to feel safe, happy, free, and able to express yourself authentically at Intempt. We won’t tolerate any form of bad behavior, racism, or (sexual) harassment. If any of this is happening (or you have the slightest feeling of discomfort), please speak up.

This part of our handbook describes our social code in more detail. This social code describes what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour when working at Intempt and the steps we will take to restore the values when someone violates them.
We were inspired after reading and used that as a starting point for this document.

Why do we need this social code?
By setting out our code our goal is to make sure it is crystal clear what is OK and what’s not. It is a starting point for healthy discussions, and we hope to support any feeling of mistreatment with it.

Our social code
We expect you to foster a well-organised, 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 Intempt. 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. You should also conform to in all aspects of your work, from recruitment and performance reviews to interpersonal relations. In general: ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you’.
This code applies to all employees, contractors, public visitors, customers and anyone else at Intempt with whom you come into contact.



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We were inspired after reading this example from Workable and used that as a starting point for this document.


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