Reboot principals and team members are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of race, color, national origin, age, religion, disability status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, neuro(a)typicality, veteran status, physical appearance, or marital status. We do not tolerate harassment of employees, independent contractors, or clients in any form.
Reboot is firmly committed to providing and promoting equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees. We are firmly committed to maintaining a workplace based on our collective values, which stress the quality of our products, the importance of teamwork, and the need for all employees to treat each other professionally, with dignity, fairness, and respect. It is the responsibility of all employees to ensure that the concepts of equal employment opportunity, non-harassment, and non-discrimination are understood, abided by, and carried out by everyone.
Reboot’s policies set a standard of conduct above what may be required by federal, state, or local laws. Reboot forbids discriminatory and harassing conduct even if the conduct doesn’t violate the law. Because of this, any employee who engages in this type of behavior will be subject to corrective action, up to and including termination.
All employees, contractors, and associates, regardless of their positions, are expected to comply with this policy and to take appropriate measures to ensure that prohibited conduct doesn’t occur.
Managers and supervisors who knowingly allow or tolerate discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, or who fail to report misconduct to leadership or to our independent HR support at email@example.com will be subject to corrective action.
Reboot principals and team members aspire to the highest level of honesty and ethical behavior in our work.
In this regard, the Reboot principals have adopted a Conflict of Interest and Investment Policy to ensure our decisions are free from conflict or the appearance of conflict and to support the consideration of and compliance with the various laws and policies that apply to the different aspects of our work.
We rely on the good judgment of Reboot principals and team members to avoid any relationship or activity that might impair, or even appear to impair, their ability to make objective and fair decisions when performing their jobs.
At times, we may be faced with situations where the business actions we take on behalf of Reboot may conflict with our own personal or family interests. We owe a duty to Reboot to advance its legitimate interests when the opportunity to do so arises. We must never use Reboot property or information for personal gain or personally take for ourselves any opportunity that is discovered through our position with Reboot.
Reboot principles and team members have high expectations for how we conduct ourselves and for our behavior with each other. Our behavior is governed by our Reboot Code of Conduct, which establishes our expectations for behavioral integrity across the Reboot organization.
If you become aware of anyone or anything breaching our ethics standards, we ask that you immediately contact a Reboot employee or our independent HR support at firstname.lastname@example.org. All claims will be fully investigated, either internally or by our external independent HR support team.
With very few exceptions, in regards to your Reboot Coaching Engagement, anything you discuss with your coach is strictly confidential between you two (and anyone else present in the given coaching session), and your coach would need your advanced approval to share anything discussed with someone outside the relationship. The limited exceptions to confidentiality include a valid court order or subpoena; when reporting is mandated as in instances of child abuse or neglect; or when there is a danger to you or others.
While honesty and an open-dialogue is critical to the success of all Reboot group experiences, you should not disclose any confidential, proprietary, trade secret, or other information that you would not release publicly. To the extent that you do disclose such information, you agree to hold-harmless and indemnify us, and all other participants, for any damages you or anyone else may incur as a result.
Clients and coaches enter into a relationship for support in achieving specific goals. It is important to note that coaching is not a substitute for mental health counseling or medical treatment of any kind. You must be mentally fit to participate in this engagement for the purpose of coaching.