Promoting the right for people with learning disabilities to have a choice about how they live their lives

Writing policies

26
Jan
2013

This is a short update about a very long subject…

We’ve been really busy over the past few weeks setting up the Gig Buddies project and now that we’re an employer it’s been important to make sure that we’ve got all the official policies we need on everything. We obviously have a serious responsible as we’re supporting vulnerable people to access community based, mainstream activities and we need to make sure that we’ve got everything in place to protect our staff, people who use our services and also that the charity isn’t doing anything wrong.

It was then suggested that we need a social media policy. As we all know social media trends and uses are changing all the time and having read through a few I’d found online I was beginning to wonder what relevance there was in having a policy. Then a friend said he’d heard of a Chief Executive of a social housing provider who suggested a social media policy should be written in a tweet. What a great idea.

So here’s Stay Up Late’s Social Media Policy in less than 140 characters:

Stay Up Late actively embraces social media, staff are asked to engage, experiment be relevant and take responsibility.

 

Now we just need to do that with all the other.Now let me see what’s first, Health and Safety….

We’ll be updating on Gig Buddies and maybe more exciting things than writing policies next.

Paul

 

 

  • Jane Turner

    So simple so clever…am looking forward so much to the H&S paragraph!

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