The E-Policy Handbook: Rules and Best Practices to Safely Manage Your Company's E-Mail, Blogs, Social Networking, and Other Electronic Communication Tools

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APPENDIX C
Sample Electronic Business
Communication Policies

The following fill-in-the-blank e-policy samples are offered to help em- ployers develop effective e-mail, IM, confidential messaging, Internet, intranet, blog, social networking and video site, cell phone and text mes- saging, and software policies. Under the guidance of competent legal counsel, feel free to edit and adapt these sample policies as appropriate for your industry, organization, and employees.

These fill-in-the-blank sample policies are intended strictly as ex- amples. Sample policies are offered with the understanding that neither the author nor the publisher of this book are engaged in rendering legal counsel, regulatory advice, or other professional services.

If legal, regulatory, technology, or other expert assistance is re- quired, the services of competent professionals should be sought.


E-Mail Policy

The Company provides employees with electronic communications tools, including an e-mail system.

This written e-mail policy governs employees2019 use of the Company2019s e-mail system at the Company2019s headquarters and district offices, as well as at remote locations including but not limited to employees2019 homes, client offices, supplier offices, hotels, and airports.

The Company2019s e-mail rules and policies apply to employees2019 use of desktop computers, laptops, Blackberry Smartphones, cell phones, and other

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