Member Code of Conduct

To ensure your success, Members must follow our Code of Conduct or otherwise be subject to withdrawal from Prehired and/or loss of membership privileges.

1. Attitude. Attitude is defined as a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something, typically one that is reflected in a person's behavior. Prehired Members and Staff have diverse backgrounds. Members are required to contribute to creating a positive experience for everyone by being respectful, tolerant, open-minded, and coachable.

Prehired strives for a welcoming place to learn with encouragement, support, and active listening. Members are likewise required to respect Prehired’s Confidentiality & Limited License for Use.    

2. Aptitude. To be invited to join Prehired, you’ve demonstrated you have a natural or learned ability to follow instructions without being told the same thing multiple times. You have basic computer skills and fundamental communication abilities in the English language. We expect you to maintain this level of excellence you demonstrated during your admissions process throughout your Prehired Membership.  

3. Ambition. You’re excited to work in sales, join the tech industry, challenge yourself and help others. You understand the bigger the problems you help others solve, the more money you can make. You’re motivated not to work more hours, but to be paid more per hour so you have more time to do the things that matter most to you.

4. Accountability. ​Accountability means following through with your commitments, promises, and showing respect for other peoples’ time. Accountability includes an expectation that you achieve your weekly CAs and CSP goals, promptly respond to any and all communication from potential employers or Prehired -- and be on time to all scheduled meetings, job interviews, and other scheduled obligations. Until this Agreement terminates, any communication received from Prehired must be responded to within two (2) business days. As an SDR, you are expected to manage multiple relationships, which includes returning communications promptly.  This is one of the primary skills needed to be a successful SDR.

5. Coachability. Having Coachability or being coachable means you're leaving room for the possibility that there's something you haven't learned yet that could make you even better. Coachable Members are willing to relinquish control to improve their performance and accept feedback without becoming ruffled, angry, or dejected. You are expected to implement things you learn in the Coursework and implement instructions from your Prehired Mentors. Being Coachable is crucial not only for your success at Prehired, but also in your career.

6. Commitment to Excellence​. Members are required to complete all Coursework Assignments on time.

7. Ask for Help. Prehired encourages Members to proactively reach out to their instructors, coaches, or other Members for help. The Prehired community is a strong network of like-minded professionals who are willing to go out of their way to assist one another. This is one of the key benefits of membership.  Take advantage of this support network!

8. No Harassment. ​Prehired is a place to learn and connect with other like-minded individuals. We aim to create a community of mutual trust and the absence of intimidation, disparagement, and exploitation. Member hereby promises to not make or publish any statement (orally, electronically or in writing), or instigate, assist or participate in the making or publication of any statement, which would or could be reasonably likely to libel, slander or disparage (whether or not such disparagement legally constitutes libel or slander), expose to hatred, contempt or ridicule, or otherwise reflect negatively upon or to the detriment of Prehired, Prehired staff, or Prehired Members. Members and staff must be able to work and learn in a safe, yet stimulating atmosphere. As such, Prehired will not tolerate any form of disparagement, verbal or written, designed to threaten or intimidate others, which includes but is not limited to the following: verbal or written harassment, comments that are offensive or unwelcome regarding a person’s nationality, origin, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, body, disability or appearance, epithets, slurs and negative stereotyping. Nonverbal harassment includes distribution, display or discussion of any written or graphic material that ridicules, denigrates, insults, belittles or shows hostility, aversion or disrespect toward an individual or group because of national origin, race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, appearance, disability, sexual identity, marital or other protected status.

9. You Get What You Give​. You will get out of your Prehired Membership what you put into your Prehired Membership. Our members, staff, and community are here to help you succeed. If you don’t respect your time or theirs, you will not get the most out of your Membership Privileges. Failure to duly and timely respond and resolve communication requests, whether sent to you via text, email, or phone call, may show a disregard for your or Prehired’s time, or your inability to manage your own time well (both are qualities expected of successful SDRs). Continued use of all your Membership Privileges requires respect and professionalism to be shown to your fellow Members and Prehired staff. Having Prehired on your resume does not guarantee that you will get hired. Following the Program and Prehired’s process is what will get you hired.