Bellow are some guidelines intended to assist team members to responsibly curate their social media profiles in the context of your professional life. Nothing in these guidelines is intended to interfere with, coerce, or restrain any team member from exercising their right to engage in activities protected by § 7 of the National Labor Relations Act, such as the right to discuss terms and conditions of employent.
- Team members must adhere to the Code of Conduct & Ethics and Anti-Harassment Policy, even when using social media. Harassment, discrimination, or retaliation that is not permitted while at work, is not permissible between team members online even if it is done after hours, from home or on a team member’s own device.
- Only the CEO, CFO, COO, and CLO, and other individuals specifically designated by these executive officers have the authority to speak on behalf of the Company.
- Team members should remember that others may associate them with if his/her social media accounts reference that the team member works for the Company. It’s recommended that team members curate their social media profiles and related content in a manner that reflects how the team member wishes to present themselves to fellow teammates, clients, and business partners.
- If a team member is neither (a) an executive officer nor (b) a team member authorized to use social media in his/her professional capacity as part of their job responsibilities, then the team Member must make clear that he/she is speaking for themselves and not for the Company. Team members should not participate in social media discussions or post online content concerning the Company that could be construed by the public as content published by the team member acting as an agent of the Company. Team members should write in the first-person and are prohibited from using their Company email address for private communications.
- Team members shall not discuss or post content on social media regarding any of Company’s competitively sensitive information, proprietary, confidential, or trade secret information. This includes revenue, future products (such as pass products), pricing decisions, potential partnerships, financial performance, legal actions involving the Company, or any potential mergers, acquisitions, or dispositions.
- Team members should not participate in social media discussions related to a crisis event concerning the Company or any other of its resort locations that could be construed by the public as content published by the Company. Only the CEO, CFO, COO, and CLO, and other individuals specifically designated by these executive officers have the authority to speak on behalf of the Company in the event of a crisis impacting resort operations.
- Team members should not let social media interfere with their responsibilities for the Company. Team members are expected to appropriately manage time spent on social media during working hours (which does not include rest and meal breaks). Excessive time spent on social media resulting in diminished work output, safety, or levels of guest service may result in disciplinary action.