As a reader and contributor to TheLadders’ blogs, we expect you to offer comments that will bring value to our readers and help our customers, partners, and co-workers better use and understand our products and services.
While we are committed to making sure different points of view are represented, to ensure the integrity of our blog, we reserve the right to not post (or later remove) inappropriate comments. To make sure that your point of view is heard, when commenting and conversing on blog topics, participants, please remember to:
Be respectful – Do not use the blog as a venue to denigrate and disparage others, do not insult, threaten, or abuse; do not use profanity or off-color remarks (or jokes); and do not post illegal content (such as another’s copyrighted work);
Be mindful – do not reveal personal or private information about yourself or others; and do not reveal confidential or proprietary information.
Be honest – Don’t use the blog to deceive or engage in deceptive practices (e.g. phishing) or other fraudulent or illegal conduct;
Stay appropriate and relevant – offer comments that contribute to quality conversation about the topic at hand;
For questions and support relevant to TheLadders’ blogs, contact:
TheLadders’ Marketing Team, 137 Varick Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10013.
The comments and feedback posted to the blog are not necessarily the position or opinion of TheLadders or its employees. Content posted to the blog is the sole the responsibility of the user. While TheLadders may monitor the blog to ensure its integrity, it is in no way responsible for the content that users post or how that content is interpreted by other readers.
TheLadders does not make any warranty about any blog entry or comment, and disclaims all warranties, including any warranty about the accuracy, availability, timeliness, or completeness of any content posted on this blog. Neither TheLadders nor its bloggers will be liable to you for any incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages in connection with any blog, whether or not the damages are foreseeable or TheLadders has been advised of the possibility of the damages. In no event will TheLadders cumulative liability to you exceed $100.