HHHunt Senior Living Employee Handbook

family member should be a last resort communication approach and be approved in advance by a Department Manager. Inappropriate Communications: The Company Internet and electronic communications access may not be used for transmitting, retrieving or storing any communications of a defamatory, discriminatory, abusive, profane, or harassing nature, or materials that are obscene or X-rated. This includes messages transmitted to and/or from cellular phones. No messages with derogatory or inflammatory remarks about an individualÊs race, age, disability, religion, national origin, physical attributes, or sexual preference shall be transmitted. Harassment of any kind is prohibited. Any illegal activities – including piracy, software cracking, extortion, blackmail, copyright infringement, and unauthorized access to any computers on the Internet or e-mail – are forbidden. Employees will receive and be required to sign the electronically generated „HHHunt Computer Usage Policy and Agreement‰ acknowledging receipt, understanding, and acceptance of the policy before being assigned a USERID and PASSWORD. The Company takes no position on your decision to start or maintain a blog or participate in other social networking activities. However, it is the right and duty of the Company to protect itself from the unauthorized disclosure of confidential and proprietary business information and trade secrets. Confidential and proprietary business information and trade secrets include resident information, operating plans and budgets, strategic business plans, Company systems and processes, and other similar types of sensitive business information. The Company respects the right of employees to use blogs and social networking sites and does not want to discourage employees from self- publishing and self-expression. The Company does not discriminate against employees who use these mediums for personal interests and affiliations or other lawful purposes. Bloggers and commenters are personally responsible for their commentary on blogs and social networking sites. Bloggers and commenters can be held personally liable for commentary that is considered defamatory, obscene, proprietary, or libelous by any offended party, not just the Company. Employees are cautioned that they should have no expectation of privacy while using the Internet. Your postings can be reviewed by anyone, including HHHunt. HHHunt reserves the right to monitor comments or discussions about the Company, its employees, residents, and the industry posted by anyone, including employees and non-employees, on the Internet. HHHunt may use blog-search tools and software to monitor forums such as blogs and other types of personal SOCIAL NETWORKING


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