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Social Media Policy

Social Media Policy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated August 29, 2019
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Social Media Policy is an important HR document you can use to outline your business policies on social media in the workplace. Customisable and ready for use in minutes.

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Document Overview

A Social Media Policy sets out the responsibilities and obligations that your employees must follow when dealing with social media. A Social Media Policy provides you with a simple way to clarify the responsibilities and obligations of your employees when dealing with social media. 

Use this Social Media Policy if:

  • You would like to inform employees about their responsibilities and duties when dealing with social media

What does the Social Media Policy cover?

  • Appropriate use of social media;
  • Bullying and harassment;
  • Conflicts of interest;
  • Confidentiality;
  • Use of company email or logo;
  • Security risks.

Other names for Social Media Policy include:

  • Online Policy
  • Responsible Use of Social Media Policy

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