The same requirements for Corporate Communications apply to social computing, including publishing and discussions on social networking sites (such as Yammer, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.), blogs, wikis, file sharing, user-generated video and audio, personal websites, external message boards and discussion threads. Don’t speak on behalf of the company.
Be thoughtful and civil when using social media; never intimidate, harass, or interfere with the job performance of ONE Gas’ customers, vendors, employees or other stakeholders. In addition, make it clear that your post is representative of your views and opinions and not the views and opinions of ONE Gas (even if your views and opinions are consistent with the company’s positions).
You are personally responsible for the content you publish on blogs, wikis, or any other form of social media. Also, be mindful that if the company receives a complaint from an employee about information you have posted about that employee, the company may need to investigate that complaint to ensure that there has been no violation of the harassment policy or any other company policy. In the event there is such a complaint, you will be expected to cooperate in any investigation of that complaint, including providing access to the posts at issue.