CODE OF ETHICS
We strive for a safe and conducive environment for all.
We actively work to develop more inclusive and impactful programs to amplify all those underrepresented.
Our pillars guide our moral compass and are actively included in our offerings.
Respect is the forefront of our mission and our foundation. Our collective can expect respect of their time, energy, and self through every single action of The LaughtHER Collective. Therefore, we have a no tolerance policy regarding discrimination, harassment, or sexual harassment. Corrective and punitive measures will be taken accordingly. We define discrimination as any unjust or prejudicial treatment of an individual based on a category of their natural being. We define harassment as any type of pressure or intimidation. We define sexual harassment as any type of pressure or intimidation with any type of sexual connotation, direct or indirect.
We guarantee the right to create safely with freedom of expression; furthermore we understand missteps will happen. We set the expectation that everyone will demonstrate change when collectively needed. We ensure safe spaces for everyone, and our pillars keep womxn+ and underrepresented people are our forefront at all times.
Relationships between students and staff are to remain professional at all times. Favoritism and/or any form of quid-pro-quo will not be tolerated.
If at any time you believe The LaughtHER Collective has not held itself accountable for its actions or the actions of its collective, please contact NYC311 or NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection.
We lead with our pillars first and at all times. We are led by womxn+ and will always work to amplify womxn+ and underrepresented people. Healing through laughter and community is part of our mission. Authenticity is necessary to lead and lift those that have been overlooked. We are honest about who we serve and what we stand for. Day after day, we will strive to amplify our collective to a better place, building a network of support tenaciously lifting each other..
As part of the collective, you accept liability that you may put yourself in a hazardous situation during a TLC course, workshop, or event. In making that you choice, you accept full responsibility and any responsibility that may result from said event, including cost of damages, loss, and personal injury . TLC is not responsible for loss or stolen property at any time.
The LaughtHER Collective reserves the Right to Removal at any point. If staff at any point believe they are in danger or believe the presence of a student is detrimental to the greater good, that staff member may remove that individual temporarily or permanently. Actions are open to appeal.
We reserve the right to deem competency of subject demonstration. The LaughtHER Collective can recommend a student retake a course or continue practicing. There is no set timeline for every individual and this is common.
Policies + Procedures
Time + Expiration Policy
Time is the responsibility of the staff and student. Staff agrees to begin and end all offerings on or almost on time (within 5-10 minutes); students agree to arrive and remain on time
(within 5-10 minutes).
Sessions will not begin until the balance is paid in full. We are flexible with members who have worked with us for more than six months regarding payment in installments.
Bundle purchases do expire after two months from date of purchase. With savings comes great responsibility, and to ensure development of material and of the comedian, time is of the essence.
Refund + Exchange Policy
All sales are final. If you are unable to attend a one-day workshop, we will provide you with a credit of the same monetary amount toward a future workshop or course. Credits are valid for two years from refund date on email confirmation. Purchase exchanges are permitted for a class or workshop of the same amount up until one week before the start date. No credit is provided if TLC is not contacted prior to a workshop.
Cancellation + Other Policies
The LaughtHER Collective reserves the right to cancel a class. In the event of a class cancellation the student will be credited the full amount of the course to be reapplied at any time within two years.
Auditing is not allowed nor permitted at this time.
Recording is only permitted for personal development during class instruction and must be approved by the instructor prior to recording. Group recordings are not permitted unless coordinated by the instructor.