Employee Social Media Guidelines – as employees we have a lot to be proud of and we hope you will want to share your experiences about working here, the good news is we want you to do just that. Social media doesn’t have to be just photos of people’s babies vague Facebook status updates and close-ups of burgers. If you want to share cool exciting things about your job on social media, we are in. There is a ton of fun possibilities, but before we get into those we have to go over a few house rules and you can find it all in the guidelines for personal use of social media on the zone. Basically if you choose to say you work here on your social profiles keep it classy, don’t do anything you wouldn’t do at the office, like scream at someone or violate copyrights, obvious right.
Our code of business conduct and ethics is the same online as it is at work. The same goes for privacy and confidentiality. It’s fine to discuss public matters but social media isn’t the place to vent about clients projects or co-workers like your beef with Laura. What is on the internet is forever so stay away from sharing too many personal details like your phone number or that thumdnail fungus you’ve been battling. Oh be careful that your opinions in the opinions of the company don’t get mixed up.
Make sure you say that your opinions are your own in your profiles bio. We don’t want people thinking that we hate bathroom selfies. Don’t respond to customer questions in social media we have got people who take care of that and of course only post stuff you’re comfortable with your co-workers or leader seeing, because they might anything you publish can be reviewed.
If you take pictures at work that you want to post on social media make sure there’s nothing confidential in the background like the report you’re working on and be considerate check the coworkers are okay with being in any photos you’re taking or posting. Read the full guidelines for personal use of social media to be sure you have got everything straight if you’re not sure what to do or if you have questions about something specific check with your leader. So now that we’re past the boring stuff what kinds of fun stuff can you do on social media.
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Pretty much everything else snap photos with your favorite people at work, share fun moments from company events, discuss industry news and more. The sky’s the limit, well that end a hundred four characters if you are using Twitter and remember you are always encouraged to share a retweet our company’s social posts on your feed to, happy posting!Tags: Employee Social Media Guidelines, social media guide