External Communications

  • Before you post (even privately) about work on social media

    Navigating social media gets more complicated by the day. This simple checklist helps your employees quickly assess whether to post about work. It doesn’t take more than a few seconds for one of your employees to expose your company to reputation...

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  • Check the background before you share it - poster

    A picture is worth a thousand words—but an Instagram post that shows proprietary data or tech is worth a million hours of saved time for your competitors. Even if your restricted areas are no-phone zones, reinforce the control with some behavioral...

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  • Check the background before you share it - screensaver

    A picture is worth a thousand words—but an Instagram post that shows proprietary data or tech is worth a million hours of saved time for your competitors. Even if your restricted areas are no-phone zones, reinforce the control with some behavioral...

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  • Communicating off-label use

    Your HCP-facing employees want to encourage use of your products while keeping between the lines. Says easy, does hard! Help them stay on the straight and narrow path with this tool that outlines what’s appropriate—both generally when sharing...

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  • Dawn Raid: How to Respond

    Dawn Raids can be scary, but Happy Cloud knows what to do. Educate your team on how to respond when government agents come knocking. Your team shouldn’t be unprepared for a surprise visit from regulators. This piece offers some tried-and-true...

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  • Do you really know your followers? - poster

    One of the reasons employees say regrettable things on social media is that they get stuck in the mindset of their original audience. And if you think that you're just speaking to friends and family, you can let the sarcasm and dark humor and hyperbole...

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  • Do you really know your followers? - screensaver

    One of the reasons employees say regrettable things on social media is that they get stuck in the mindset of their original audience. And if you think that you're just speaking to friends and family, you can let the sarcasm and dark humor and hyperbole...

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  • Has a government regulator contacted you?

    If a regulator reaches out, this guide explains step-by-step who is supposed to do what and when. It’s scary when someone from the government initiates contact, and scared people often don’t make rational decisions—this is an obvious...

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  • Have something to say - poster

    Remind your team that when they're speaking up, they're speaking on behalf of themselves. Originally created to create awareness on political activities in the workplace, this can be customized for other situations.

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  • Have something to say - screensaver

    Remind your team that when they're speaking up, they're speaking on behalf of themselves. Originally created to create awareness on political activities in the workplace, this can be customized for other situations.

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  • Keep confidential computer stuff on your computer - poster

    You can use this one for social media, confidentiality, or cybersecurity messaging. The social media risk is probably pretty clear; the other two become really important when you're in a bring-your-own-device environment. Here's why: if employees are in...

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  • Loose lips cause stock dips

    Not everyone knows when sensitive business info gets out, but everyone knows when your stock plummets. This piece vividly illustrates the connection.

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