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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

Purpose of Access: The Tulsa Remote (“Program”) Slack workspace is intended to be a safe and inclusive space for Tulsa Remote Program Participants, Alumni, and applicant finalists to interact and build bonds within our Tulsa Remote community. These Terms of Use are a baseline for how to interact on Slack. All Tulsa Remote Program Participants, Alumni, and applicant finalists (each a “User”) must abide by the following Terms of Use in both spirit and letter. These Terms of Use incorporate the Program Agreement and Code of Conduct signed by active Program Participant. Failure to abide by these Terms of Use may result in warnings or removal and blocking from Slack, finding of a violation of a Participant’s Program Agreement and its Code of Conduct which may result in removal from the Program, or removal of an individual from Alumni groups or from consideration for admission as a finalist.

Nothing herein is intended to violate laws against whistleblowing and/or the National Labor Relations Act. Report any issues or concerns through the methods below.

Communications must align with the Purpose of Access. Communications must be consistent with the Purpose of Access described above, and must be expressed in a professional and respectful manner. Users must be professional and respectful to Tulsa Remote and its personnel, to affiliates of Tulsa Remote and their personnel, to other Participants, Alumni, and finalists, and to the City of Tulsa and its residents.

User statements and opinions are their own, and are not opinions or statements of Tulsa Remote.  Users should not claim or imply they are speaking on behalf of Tulsa Remote, and must make it clear that the User is not speaking on behalf of Tulsa Remote. The following disclaimer may be used to clarify any ambiguity: "The views expressed here are my own and do not reflect the views of Tulsa Remote.”

Privacy: Users who post or share information on Slack, as with all social media posts, should have no expectations of privacy or the ability to “unpublish” that information. Once information is posted to Slack (or to any social media site), it is no longer private.

Reputational Risk: Reputational risk is a threat or danger to the good name or standing of an individual or entity, and the potential that negative publicity regarding an action or practice, whether true or not, may negatively affect reputations, relationships, perceptions, revenue or benefits, and increase litigation expenses. Any User who uses Slack, or who interacts with Tulsa Remote on any social media, or who makes their affiliation with Tulsa Remote known on any social media, should be mindful of reputational risk to themselves as well as to Tulsa Remote and its other Participants, Alumni, and finalists.

Compliance with Applicable Laws is Required. Users must comply with all applicable laws when using Slack, including but not limited to laws prohibiting crimes and conspiracy to commit crimes, defamation, harassment, bullying, and discrimination.

Prohibitions. Users must not

  • Violate laws, regulations, the Program Agreement and its Code of Conduct, or these Terms of Use.
  • Use, post, or share obscenities, nudity, or pornography.
  • Harass, Discriminate, or Bully. Tulsa Remote is a diverse community that represents people from many different backgrounds and demographics. All Users must show kindness and respect to fellow Participants, Alumni, and finalists. 
  • Spam, cross-post the same content multiple times, post content to inappropriate channels, or post with excessive repetition. One post is perfect; twice is more than enough; three is too many.
  • Use, share, or harvest others’ data (including other Users’ emails and contact information) inappropriately, improperly, or without their authorization.
  • Violate or infringe upon copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights.
  • Engage in improper Solicitation (as defined below).

Solicitation is Prohibited Unless Expressly Permitted Herein. As used here, “Solicitation” means (i) asking for money, or seeking free goods or services, or (ii) seeking to buy or sell, rent or lease, trade, borrow, or give goods or services, except as expressly permitted herein.

The following types of Solicitation are expressly permitted on the following channels:

  • #shameless-promotion: for promotion of your professional work only.
  • #real-estate-for-rent: for promotion of rental real estate that you are renting out in compliance with other terms of your Program Participation
  • #real-estate-for-sale: for promotion of real estate for sale that you are selling in compliance with other terms of your Program Agreement.
  • #buy-sell-trade-build-borrow-give: for exchanging other types of goods and services not included in the specialized channels above, including through buying, selling, trading, building, borrowing, or giving goods and services..

Reporting Violations. Violations of these Terms of Use may be reported by email to slack@tulsaremote.com, to the Managing Director (justin@tulsaremote.com), and/or to the Office of General Counsel (edorwart@fdlaw.com). Please be prepared to particularly identify the communication at issue.  Please note that Slack, either publicly or via private message, is not the appropriate medium through which to report violations of Tulsa Remote’s Program Agreement, its Code of Conduct, or these Terms of Use. Tulsa Remote prohibits retaliation for good faith reporting of, or for participating in an investigation of a possible violation of, these Terms of Use or the Program Agreement and its Code of Conduct.

Users shall be aware that use of Slack may result in requests, demands, or orders for access to Slack communications in administrative proceedings, arbitration, or litigation.

Reservation of Rights: Reputational risk is a threat or danger to the good name or standing of an individual or entity, and the potential that negative publicity regarding an action or practice, whether true or not, may negatively affect reputations, relationships, perceptions, revenue or benefits, and increase litigation expenses. Any User who uses Slack, or who interacts with Tulsa Remote on any social media, or who makes their affiliation with Tulsa Remote known on any social media, should be mindful of reputational risk to themselves as well as to Tulsa Remote and its other Participants, Alumni, and finalists.

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