Code of Conduct

GoodWork is fundamentally changing the way premium creative work gets done – a win-win for all involved.

This Code of Conduct defines what’s expected when working on the GoodWork Platform to ensure GoodWork continues to be a place where all involved can thrive.

1. Be Respectful

  • Treat everyone with respect and courtesy.
  • Discriminatory language or behavior based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or any other personal characteristic won’t be tolerated. 
  • Foster an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone involved in your project.

2. Be Responsive

  • Respond promptly to messages and inquiries in the project channel.
  • Communicate clearly and openly, keeping everyone informed of progress and any changes.
  • Inform each other if there are delays or unforeseen circumstances affecting the project deadline.

3. Be a Team Player

  • Clear communication and collaboration is key to successful projects.
  • Acknowledge and consider feedback and suggestions 
  • Work together constructively to resolve disagreements.

4. Don't Take Work off Platform

  • Conduct all transactions, communications, and project work within the platform's designated channels. 
  • Refrain from soliciting or accepting payment, work, or services outside of the platform to maintain the integrity of the marketplace.
  • Taking work off platform will likely result in permanent removal from the platform. 

5. Recognize Fair Value (for Companies)

  • GoodWork is optimized for value – premium work at a direct-to-talent price. There's no wiggle room outside of the scope and timeline provided.
  • Requiring work or extra revisions outside of scope will incur additional expense beyond what's budgeted. You can always buy extra design time if you need it.
  • Your creative team are hand-picked professionals who have many options for work; please recognize them by paying on time.

If you are the subject of, or witness to any violations of this Code of Conduct, please contact us at:

Last Updated: January, 28th 2024