Disclaimer and Disclosures
Most employers have a policy that includes guidance on employees who use the internet for their personal use, which may also include maintaining a presence online through blogs and social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. These guidelines help set expectations and prevent problems before they arise. Companies invest a lot in their brands, and their employees who maintain a presence online should be respectful of that.
This policy and its respective guidelines are designed to ensure that employees are not giving the false impression that they are acting in an official capacity, specifically when using company equipment for non-company purposes. If there is an expectation that such use could be interpreted to represent the company, then they expect an adequate disclaimer to be used.
The same is true for work done at client sites on client equipment.
With this in mind I provide the following disclaimer:
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This website does not necessarily represent the thoughts, intentions, plans or strategies of any employer or client, past or present. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are solely my own.
I use this website to express ideas and opinions and as a learning tool for myself and others. If you find something over here that is helpful or instructive to you, that’s wonderful. Even so, I reserve the right to lapse into moments of stupidity, and I claim these moments as my own. They are mine, and you can’t have them!
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