Introduction to our Code of Conduct

"A path to doing better."

I started OutsideAssist because I believed the tech industry could do better.

We can do better with how we treat each other and how we treat our customers. 

The path to doing better starts with us defining what we stand for and then providing a means to hold ourselves accountable to those statements.

The path to doing better never ends.

Young organizations should not overthink foundational elements but they would be wise to take them seriously and give them attention.

On that note, here is OutsideAssist’s first Code of Conduct. It’s a simple living document that will be updated as we progress and become more sophisticated as a firm.

May we all grow and learn on this path to doing better.

Julian Weisser

CEO, OutsideAssist


Code of Conduct

Do Business Right

Obeying the law is important. All employees must respect and obey the laws of the cities, states, and countries where we do business.

Treat Others Well

We prohibit harassment and discrimination. State and federal law prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, or medical/genetic condition.