Hattaway Communications is committed to creating an equitable world, and we know that begins with creating an equitable workplace. We are active listeners, supportive partners, and inclusive leaders in the fight for racial justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion. We hold our employees and partners accountable in this commitment.
We create space for our employees and our partners to fearlessly speak truth, authentically express themselves, and enjoy meaningful professional growth. We not only allow for difference but celebrate and dutifully defend it.
We will embody our values and work to achieve our vision by aligning our policies, practices and organizational culture with our commitment to equity and inclusion.
This is a short summary of our 10-page Code of Conduct. If you'd like to read the entire document, please email us at email@example.com.
We contribute our fullest potential in everything we do—including how we treat each other, our clients, and our partners. We are honest with each other about our work, and our interaction with each other when conflict arises. We love to learn and so we take time to get to know each other and we continually strive to maintain a culture of respect. We care deeply about the quality of our culture and the development and wellbeing of each person.
We’re not afraid to ask tough questions and wrestle with complexity in order to understand ourselves and the world better. We outline expectations and we hold each other accountable to them. The same rigor we apply to client work gets applied to team management and culture, ensuring that our standards and systems are utilized to ensure the growth and success of each team member and make Hattaway an awesome place to work no matter how you identify or where you come from.
We have a vision for the type of world we want to live in and the work we do helps make that vision real. We are open to new ideas, no matter who they come from—and we encourage everyone to speak up. Imagination, curiosity, and empathy are closely related—both require us to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes or in a situation we might not have direct experience with. For that reason, imagination compels us to be thoughtful of others and where they come from and to not make assumptions about others.