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Welcome to the Tulsa Remote Slack Workspace! Here you will find an engaged community sharing tips and tricks about life in Tulsa!

Once you join Slack, you will have access to nine channels for 60 days. You will automatically be added to the #events-local, #housing-information, #real-estate-for-rent and #real-estate-for-sale channels. Within 24 hours, you will be added to the #tr-onboarding-happening-now, #tr-onboarding-introductions, #tr-onboarding-orientation, #tr-onboarding-random, and #tr-onboarding-visit channels.

If your Slack membership has ended and you HAVE scheduled Orientation, you may email slack@tulsaremote.com with your Orientation date. Your Slack access will be extended until your Orientation date.

If your Slack membership has ended and you HAVE NOT scheduled Orientation, you may email slack@tulsaremote.com for a one-time extension of 30 days until you schedule your Orientation.

Once you make your move to Tulsa and complete Orientation, you will have full access to all of the Tulsa Remote Channels. Enjoy!


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Tulsa Remote Slack Terms of Use

The Tulsa Remote Slack workspace is intended to be a safe and inclusive space for Tulsa Remote Program Participants and Alumni to interact and build bonds within our Tulsa Remote community.

The Terms of Use are a baseline for how to interact on Slack.

All Tulsa Remote Program Participants and Alumni are obligated to abide by the following Terms of Use in both spirit and letter.

Purpose of Access:

Program Participant Members’ use of Slack is subject to the Member Participant’s Program Agreement and its Code of Conduct.

While Tulsa Remote does not expect any issues, failure to abide by these terms of use may result in warnings and/or removal from Slack, and/or a finding of violation of active Participant Program’s Agreement and its Code of Conduct.

The foregoing notwithstanding, nothing herein is intended to violate laws against whistleblowing and/or the National Labor Relations Act. Report any issues or concerns through the methods set forth below.

Opinions and Communications Belong to Each Individual User Are Not Opinions and/Statements of Tulsa Remote.

User Opinions and/or Statements are Their Own. Tulsa Remote Program Participants and Alumni with Slack access should neither claim nor imply they are speaking on behalf of Tulsa Remote.  The Participant and Alumni must make it clear that he/she/it/they is/are not speaking on behalf of Tulsa Remote. The following disclaimer may be used: "The views expressed on this [webpage; blog; website] are my own and do not reflect the views of Tulsa Remote.”

Privacy: Once information is posted to a social media site, it is no longer private. Users who post information on social media sites should have no expectations of privacy or the ability to “unpublish” information that has previously been published.

Reputational Risk: Reputational risk is the potential that negative publicity regarding an institution’s or individual’s practices, whether true or not, may cause a decline in his/hers/its/their outreach base, affect relationships, increase litigation expenses, and/or reduce revenue and/or benefits. Users who interact with Tulsa Remote on social media, or who make their affiliation with Tulsa Remote known, should be mindful of reputational risk to Tulsa Remote and/or its Participants or Alumni that can arise in a public forum such as social media.

Compliance with Applicable Laws is Required.

Tulsa Remote Participants and Alumni must comply with all applicable laws when using Slack, including, but not limited to, laws prohibiting crimes, defamation, harassment, bullying and/or discrimination.

Communications shall be in line with the Purpose of Access above.

Communications shall be in line with the Purpose of Access above.

Be professional and respectful to Tulsa Remote, its personnel, Tulsa Remote Participants and Alumni and the City of Tulsa. While it is okay to express your personal opinions, opinions shall be expressed in a professional manner. Many of us are guests or new residents in Tulsa and we expect that all of our community Members show professionalism to the City of Tulsa and its residents.

Prohibitions:

  • Violations of laws and regulations is prohibited.
  • Use of obscenities, nudity, and/or pornography are prohibited.
  • Harassment, Discrimination, and/or Bullying. Tulsa Remote is a diverse community that represents people from many different backgrounds and demographics, we expect all Members to show kindness and respect to fellow Program Participants and Alumni.  Tulsa Remote Participants and Alumni must comply with all applicable laws when using Slack, including, but not limited to laws prohibiting crimes, harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination.
  • Unauthorized use of data. Respect other Slack posters and others by avoiding any unauthorized use of other’s data available on Slack.
  • Harvesting other users’ emails from Slack is prohibited.
  • Copyright/Trademark Violations. Observe other’s copyright and trademarks.
  • Spamming. Spamming or cross posting the same content multiple times is prohibited. Limit posts to relevant channels. One post is perfect; twice is more than enough; three is too many.

Solicitation is Prohibited Unless Expressly Permitted Herein.

Solicitation Defined.

Tulsa Remote defines “Solicitation” as:

  1. Violations of laws and regulations is prohibited.
  2. Use of obscenities, nudity, and/or pornography are prohibited.

Solicitation is only permitted on the following three Slack channels which are devoted to solicitation for their respective purposes only (professional work, real estate for rent, and/or real estate for sale):

  1. #shameless-promotion: for promotion of your professional work only.
  2. #realestate-forrent: for promotion of rental real estate that you are renting out in compliance with other terms of your Program Participation
  3. #realestate-forsale: for promotion of real estate for sale that you are selling in compliance with other terms of your Program Agreement.

Reporting Violations and Requests for Slack Communications.

  • Reporting Violations:

    • In the case that someone violates the terms of use, please report the violation to the Tulsa Remote team by emailing slack@tulsaremote.com, the Managing Director, justin@tulsaremote.com, and/or the Office of General Counsel, edorwart@fdlaw.com. Please be prepared to particularly identify the communication at issue.
    • Slack, either publicly or via private message, is not the appropriate medium through which to report violations of Tulsa Remote’s Program Agreement and/or Code of Conduct.
  • Retaliation Prohibited. Tulsa Remote prohibits retaliation for reporting and/or participating in an investigation of a possible violation of: these terms of use, Participant Program Agreement and/or the Standards of Conduct.
  • Users shall be aware that use of Slack may result in requests and/or demands or orders for access to Slack communications in administrative proceedings, arbitration and/or litigation.

Tulsa Remote Reservation of Right to remove from Slack and/or Tulsa Remote Program Participation/ Break of Agreement.

Tulsa Remote reserves the right to remove any posts violating these terms, Tulsa Remote’s Program Agreement, and its Standards of Conduct, posting in excess, and/or posting in any improper channels. Violations may result in being removed from Slack and/or the Tulsa Remote Program and/or Alumni groups, in Tulsa Remote’s sole discretion.

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