What are our responsibilities on social media?

What are our responsibilities on social media?

We know social media is a powerful tool, especially during a pandemic. Through social media platforms, we can quickly and effectively reach our friends, family, and our P&J team, even as we maintain physical distance, which has been instrumental to our operations as we navigate new spaces.

However, it is essential to remember that even on your personal social media pages, you are a representative of P&J and the Phillips Family of Companies. Before you post, consider the potential risks and rewards of what you’re about to say.

Keep in mind that any online conduct that adversely affects the following may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination:
  • Your job performance,
  • Your coworker’s job performance, or
  • General well-being of team members, clients, suppliers, or people who work on behalf of P&J, the Phillips Family of Companies, or P&J’s business interest.

In many cases, client permission is necessary to release photographs, videos, or information about our job locations, so avoid sharing this information on social media. Any project information shared without the express consent of the client will not be tolerated, so keep all company-related information off of platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, or TikTok.

Per P&J’s Social Media Policy, please refrain from using social media during work hours or on equipment we provide, unless it is work-related as authorized by your Supervisor. You can access the full policy here.