Social Media Disclaimer
Banging Events, LLC. recognizes blogs, networking sites, and other social media (collectively referred to as “social media”, defined below) as possible tools to support Banging Events, LLC.’s operational goals. This policy applies to employees when they participate in social media as part of their job duties. It also applies to staff employees’ participation in social media at any time that they give the appearance of speaking on behalf of Banging Events, LLC. or its affiliates; identify themselves as Banging Events, LLC. employees or as affiliated with Banging Events, LLC.; or discuss Banging Events, LLC. or its affiliates. Employees are responsible for the content they publish on social media and should use good judgment. Employees should be mindful that the things they say or do on social media are publically available and searchable and may be forever accessible, which can be then associated to Banging Events, LLC. Comments, expressions, and other postings on social media must be honest and respectful of others; respect confidential, personal, and proprietary information; and comply with applicable local, state, and federal laws and Banging Events, LLC. policies. Please note the reflection of an individual who identifies as part of Banging Events, LLC. does not reflect the views of Banging Events, LLC. as a whole.
Social media definition: Online, electronic, or Internet media, tools, communities, and spaces for social interaction, sharing user generated content, or public or semi-public communication. Social media typically uses web-based technologies to turn communication into interactive dialogues. Social media can take many different forms, including internet forums, blogs & microblogs, online profiles, wikis, podcasts, pictures and video, email, text, instant messaging, music- sharing, and chat, to name just a few. Examples of social media include but are not limited to the following: Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram, Wikipedia, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, and blogs.
Violation(s) of the social media policy will be subjective to progressive discipline, up to and including termination.