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The Winter, Wyman CompaniesSocial Media PolicyJuly 2009
Just as the internet has changed our world forever, social media has changed the way people communicate. Winter, Wyman views social media and networking sites as powerful tools to strengthen our brand and to further your personal reputations as staffing experts.
Social media can take many different forms, including internet forums, blogs & microblogs, online profiles, wikis, podcasts, pictures and video, email, instant messaging, music-sharing, and voice over IP, to name just a few. Examples of social media applications are LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, Wikipedia, YouTube, Twitter, Yelp, Flickr, Second Life, Yahoo groups, Wordpress, ZoomInfo – the list is endless.
When you are participating in social networking, you are representing both yourselves personally and Winter, Wyman. It is not our intention to restrict your ability to have an online presence and to mandate what you can and cannot say. We believe social networking is a very valuable tool and continue to advocate the responsible involvement of all Winter, Wyman employees in this space. While we encourage this online collaboration, we would like to provide you with a company policy and set of guidelines for appropriate online conduct and to avoid the misuse of this communication medium.
The Winter, Wyman Companies Social Networking Policy 7/09
Winter, Wyman may monitor content out on the web and reserves the right to remove posts that violate this policy.
Users who violate the Policy may be subject to discipline, up to and including termination of employment. If you have any questions about this policy or a specific posting out on the web, please contact Human Resources.
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