160126 – Appropriate Electronic Communications
Appropriate Electronic Communications emphasizes the importance of communicating professionally, responsibly, and appropriately through business emails, texts, instant messages, and other forms of electronic communications (e-communications).
The course covers best practices for communicating respectfully and protecting confidential information when communicating electronically. Finally, employees receive guidance of how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
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