Worldwide ERC® provides this blog for the convenience of its customers to read and comment about. The comments are not regularly monitored and its continued existence and usefulness depends upon all users following its posted rules, as well as the rules of common sense and polite web usage.
Perhaps the most important rule for those wishing to comment is this medium cannot be used by anyone as a platform to do anything which violates the law. This includes, but is not limited to, improper usage of copyrighted or trademarked material, discussions concerning pricing of services, or defaming another person or company.
Any material, including text, pictures, recordings and the like, which was created by others is probably protected by copyright. In the event that you wish to post such material, be certain that you have the right to do so. If you are the owner of copyrighted material which you feel is in violation of your rights, notify Worldwide ERC® by using the copyright violation link on its webpage.
Comments about price are particularly dangerous, and can be a violation of both state and federal antitrust laws. Avoid these discussions just like you would avoid them in a face to face conversation, or in an e-mail or other communication. No discussions of pricing, boycotts, or the details of service contracts will be tolerated.
Defamation or criticism of an individual or company is also prohibited. The purpose of this medium is not to serve as a platform for either, and neither will be tolerated.
The rules of common sense and polite web usage are, or should be, known to all. They must be followed on this medium as well. Advertising, and deceptive or misleading commercial or personal material must be avoided.
Worldwide ERC® reserves the right, in its sole discretion, and without notice, to remove offending posts, and, where and when it may deem necessary, to prevent offending individuals from continuing to post on this, or any other blog sponsored by it.
Worldwide ERC® trusts that this blog will help its members network, build relationships, solve problems, and educate each other of the complexities of the employee mobility industry. Within the bounds of the rules, use this resource to the fullest extent of its utility.