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14 examples that can help you update your social media community guidelines

Communications Conversations

And, after the year we all just had, if you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to revisit your social media community guidelines. You know, that document you post to your social pages (or link to on your web site) that outlines what your fans, customers, partners, vendors and employees can and cannot do on your social media pages.

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Bringing Employees Back to Work Safely


As parts of the country continue to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown, business owners are rethinking their workspaces to help their employees feel safe and productive. Twitter and Square, for example, have both announced that their employees can continue to work remotely. But not everyone has those options. Wear cloth face covers.

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How to Develop a Corporate Policy for Employee Use of AI: A Guide for Automotive Suppliers

Bianchi Biz Blog

As generative AI tools continue to gain popularity in the workplace, it has become increasingly evident that automotive suppliers need to consider establishing a corporate policy that governs their employees’ use of these tools. Some companies will want to limit the use of AI tools to conducting research or analyzing data.

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How the PRSA Code of Ethics benefits communications employees

Axia PR

The PRSA Code of Ethics is a set of guidelines that helps public relations professionals “navigate ethical principles and applications and is widely regarded as the industry standard,” according to the PRSA student society. These principles include advocacy, honesty, expertise, independence, loyalty, and fairness.

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Policy and training needed to counter employee DIY AI risk

Wadds Inc.

Many employees are using generative AI tools at work without formal approval or guidance from their employers. More than a quarter (28%) of employees surveyed said they currently use generative AI at work, and over half do so without formal approval. Most employees have not received training on the ethical use of generative AI.

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6 Guidelines for Social Media Tragedy Response

Shift Communications

If an incident occurs in our hometown, obviously be sure our employees, loved ones, etc. For example, if an incident occurs at one of your business locations, involves one of your employees or customers, or your brand is in any way involved, interrupt operations and activate your crisis communications plan. Impact to your audience.

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Top 10 Guidelines For Social Media Participation

Shift Communications

Below are guidelines that we drafted a while ago, refreshed for use for anyone who finds their way to them here on our blog. Feel free to repurpose and substitute your company name below and tweak as you see fit to fit your company’s guidelines. All we ask is that if you find it helpful to reach out and let us know! Todd Defren.