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FAQs

1. What is thework.life for and who can I review?

thework.life is a place where you can receive and provide honest reviews of people’s workplace behaviors. It enables you to gather behavioral insights into prospective employers and employees so that you can make informed decisions. You can use this website to review the workplace behaviors of past or present coworkers or employers, provided that you have had a professional experience with them. Remember, when you review someone on this website, you attest to the fact that you have had or currently have a professional relationship with them!

2. I can't find the person I want to review on your website. What should I do?

We suggest that you start with using our search option to find people here, by using their name, or Facebook® or LinkedIn® URL. If you fail to find them, you can add them to our website using their Facebook® or LinkedIn® URL. Please only add those URLs that you know belong to Facebook or LinkedIn accounts of the same person you intend to add!

3. Somebody has already added me to the website. How do I claim that account?

When you enter your URL into our Social Media Networks log in and it leads you to an account, it means that somebody has already added you to our website. You can claim this account as your own, and use it to log in the next time you visit our website. You can then enter further details or modify your account information.

4. I am being associated with a social media network URL that doesn't belong to me. What should I do?

This can happen due to the common nature of names, you can flag the issue for review by our moderators by clicking on the flag icon on the page. To resolve the issue, we may need to delete the account. You may choose to then create a new account.

5. I am not comfortable having my username displayed with my review of another person. What can I do?

We enable you to post reviews or comments anonymously, if you choose to do so. The Supreme Court of the United States has held that anonymity of speech is protected under the First Amendment to the Constitution (see McIntyre v. Ohio , 514 U.S. at 337; Talley v. State of California, 362 U.S. 60), also see: http://www.epic.org/free_speech/default.html#anonymity. United States courts have consistently recognized that the right to speak anonymously extends to speech on the Internet (see Doe v. 2theMart.com and Doe v. Cahill).

6. Can I review a person on parameters other than the ones listed in the website?

You cannot list out new parameters, but we provide you with a free text box where you can write about those qualities and behaviors of the person you are reviewing, which are noteworthy. You may also use this box to write about an exceptional or insightful experience with this person that you would like to share with the world.

7. Somebody has left a comment that I think violates thework.life’s Terms of Use or Community Guidelines. What should I do?

We want the content on our website to be constructive. If you find any comment that you believe violates thework.life’s Community Guidelines or Terms of Use, you can flag the same for review by our moderators by clicking on the flag icon on the page. The decision to remove, delete, or modify any content will remain within the sole discretion of thework.life.

8. I made a mistake or changed my mind about a review or comment I left on someone else’s account. What can I do to change it?

We realize that sometimes you may make a mistake or change your mind about the review or comment submitted by you. You can come back after 2 days and over write reviews with another one if you want to. If you submit a review with minimum possible assessment on our parameters, we keep your review on hold for 24 hours. If, after that time, you still want to submit the same review or comment, we will post it to our website.

9. Somebody has written a review on my account that I want to delete. Can I do that?

We provide freedom and discretion to our users to provide honest reviews. Unless we determine that the review in question is in violation of any of our Terms of Use or the Community Guidelines, we will not moderate it. . The decision to remove, delete, or modify any content will remain within the sole discretion of thework.life.

10. I want to delete my account from this website. Can I do that?

The purpose of thework.life is to provide a place where honest reviews can be received and provided. Unless we determine that your account has content that violates our Terms of Use or Community Guidelines, we will not moderate it. The decision to remove, delete, or modify any content, or an account, will remain within the sole discretion of thework.life.