Four Compliance Best Practices

Four Compliance Best Practices for Corporate Marketing Teams: eDiscovery Best Practices

More eDiscovery and Compliance by the numbers from Jim Gill of Hanzo! This week, Jim discusses four compliance best practices for corporate marketing teams!

In the article here, Jim discusses four compliance best practices to align marketing and compliance teams when creating content. Here’s one of them:

Know Your Responsibilities

Remember those old GI Joe cartoons in the ’80s? Now you know, and knowing is half the battle. The same applies to developing good compliance processes. Your marketing team needs to get a basic understanding of the regulations your organization is subject to, why those regulations matter, and what they mean for your marketing approaches.

  • Find out who manages compliance in your organization and establish clear lines of communication.
  • Get clear guidelines for specific language to use and to avoid, required information or contact buttons, and where any disclaimers need to be on web pages and social media
  • Work with your compliance or legal staff to set up approval workflows, as well as a recurring schedule to review any regulatory updates or changes.

So, what are the other three of the four compliance best practices for corporate marketing teams? You’ll have to read his blog post here to find out! It’s just one more click! 😉

So, what do you think? How does your corporate marketing team address its compliance challenges? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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