National Insurance Services of Wisconsin, Inc. (NIS) social media profiles on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Public Sector News Blog generally provide news and information related to public sector business and political developments as a service to our clients and prospects. NIS may also occasionally post information about career opportunities within the company, its involvement in the communities we serve, and its participation in conferences and tradeshows.
The overall purpose is to foster conversation and communication among our clients, our prospects, and our employees in a convenient, respectful way.
NIS reserves the right to alter this social media policy, or discontinue, change or modify any NIS social media site at any time without notice.
Information posted to NIS sponsored social media pages area accessible to the public; users who post content to these social media pages should not have any expectation that their content will be kept private.
Articles published to the NIS Facebook page and Public Sector News blog do not imply endorsement or approval of the content by NIS. NIS and its employees do not assume liability for the accuracy or quality of information posted to the NIS Facebook page and the Public Sector News blog or contained in the articles posted to these sites. NIS also assumes no responsibility for any comments added by individual users. By its nature as an interactive blog, comments may be made that do not reflect the viewpoint of NIS. The information shared via the NIS Facebook page and Public Sector News blog is for general information purposes only.
Most of us go online to learn, explore and have fun. NIS promotes a positive online atmosphere where people can exchange ideas, information, and opinions. We expect all participants to respect others’ rights, even if you may not agree with everything you read. Treat others on this site with the civility you would extend if you met in person. Keep your comments on topic, free of profanity and rude language. This will help everyone to have a good experience. While we welcome discussions and different opinions, NIS reserves the right to edit or remove inappropriate or off-topic comments at any time from any individual and for any reason.
By choosing to comment on our news blog or Facebook page, you agree that the comment is your own and you assume full responsibility for it. You also agree to indemnify and hold National Insurance Services of Wisconsin, Inc. and all subsidiaries and representatives harmless from any or all repercussions, damages, and/or liability. To report serious violations of our comment policy please send us an email.
NIS trusts its employees to conduct themselves online just as they would in the workplace. Common courtesy, common sense and honesty are expected of any employee who chooses to participate in creating or commenting on any of the company’s online pages, whether on our blog, Facebook page, Twitter, or any future social media sites. We recommend that you limit your comments to your area of expertise. Avoid commenting on the following situations: competitors, legal matters, or crisis situations. When in doubt, don’t post or check with a manager first. Keep in mind that what is written and posted online has a long shelf life. Conduct yourself responsibly and you’ll have no regrets.
NIS advocates transparency in our online forums. We encourage each participant to use his/her real name when commenting or posting a statement. If you have a vested interest in something you’re discussing, please include this information in your statement. No selling or recruiting is permitted. Please be careful about disclosing personal information that could put you at risk.
Any linked websites and the content contained is beyond the scope of our control. We do not endorse anyone else’s content and bear no responsibility for the privacy practices of other organizations, businesses or individuals that may link to our site. We encourage all participants to read the privacy policies of any site they may link to before disclosing personal information.
NIS participates in a corporate Twitter account to encourage a dialog between our company and our customers. We welcome your replies. Some comments or questions will not be able to be addressed through Twitter, particularly if they are of a legal or confidential nature or restricted by our industry’s ethics. For individual policy questions or concerns, please contact your sales or service representative.
NIS reserves all rights to add, remove or modify any content or material posted on the account. While we hope it will not be necessary, we also reserve the right to reject those who may choose to follow the account.
This agreement shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the United States and the state of Wisconsin. Any disputes arising out of this Policy shall be adjudicated in a court of competent jurisdiction in the Eastern District of the state of Wisconsin.