Who gets to post on office intranet?
May 1, 2014 12:29 PM Subscribe
A co-worker felt that the policy of only allowing Managers and administrators to post stories to our office intranet was not fair. We're willing to post other people's news tips if they're relevant. This person has repeatedly sent out all-office emails rather than sending them in as tips to the website team, and has been warned before. He complained that some of his tips were not acted on promptly and were only posted after he made a second request.
I don't set the policy, but I might be swayed by the idea that such gatekeeping is not fair, at least if it's not implemented consistently. Is anyone else convinced? How do you handle it at your office?
posted by larrybob to Work & Money (18 answers total)
Anyone in the office is allowed to comment on stories, so long as they do not do so anonymously.