Litmus, the email marketing and analytics platform, has introduced a Code of Conduct policy for their upcoming conference, Litmus Live 2023. The primary aim of the policy is to maintain an open, inclusive, and harassment-free culture for the attendees. At the core of the policy is the emphasis on mutual respect and integrity among attendees, both in-person and online. The Code of Conduct outlines clear guidelines for appropriate behavior and disciplinary action in case of a violation. Apart from actively discouraging any form of harassment, Litmus stresses the need for inclusivity. Attendees are encouraged to embrace differences in opinions and experiences and work towards a better, more collaborative future of digital marketing. The policy also extends to online forums and social media interactions in the Litmus community.
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Welcome to Litmus Live Behind the Scenes, where each month leading up to the conference we’ll dig in to some of the work we’re doing to prepare for Litmus Live, and shine some light on how we make the conference happen. Codes of conduct were never something I gave much thought to—I never had to consider them. Aside from some childhood bullying I’ve lived an immensely privileged life free of harassment. I’m also a 6’2” cisgendered white man who has never really had to fear for my safety at an event or gathering. It’s taken me a chunk of my adult life to unpack and understand why that is, and to listen and try to internalize others’ experiences who have had to live with those very real fears and concerns. In this blog post, we take a look at the importance of a clear code of conduct, why it matters
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