Communications strategies for managers (3)
This comprehensive communications policy is designed to ensure that all messages sent out from the organization are accurate, consistent, and in line with our organizational values. It also provides guidance on appropriate communication practices and establishes expectations for how employees should interact with third parties such as vendors or customers.
Messages should be clear and concise and free of any language that could be seen as discriminatory or offensive. All communications must adhere to applicable laws and regulations as well as professional standards of ethics or integrity. Additionally, any message sent out by the organization must first be reviewed by the designated spokesperson or department head before it can be distributed externally.
Employees are encouraged to reach out to members of their team if they need help crafting a message or understanding what type of information can/cannot be shared publicly. Finally, this policy outlines procedures for addressing complaints related to inappropriate communications which could result in disciplinary action including suspension or termination depending on the severity and frequency of occurrences.