- Voted to place a disclaimer on the Conference website, to be drafted in counsel with Adventist Risk Management.
- Voted to formulate a policy regarding the proper behavior of an employee relative to Internet conduct via social media sites and other online activies such as blogs, to be placed in the Employee Handbook.
- Voted to accept the disclaimer presented from the Sheperdess Club leader, to be placed in the Conference files and attached to the meeting’s minutes.
- Voted to accept Elder Durandel Ford’s statement to address false statements perpetuated in the blog, to be placed in the files, and attached to the meeting’s minutes.
A Couple of Points:
1. The statements of the Shepherdess Club leader and Durandel Ford were not published if you want to view them you will have to request them from the conference office.
2. I am confused about “false statement perpetuated in the the blog.” Where has his name ever appeared in this blog other than in this post? His name appears as he has officially entered an item into record drawing identification to himself as an “offended” person which was posted publically by the Southwest Region Conference. I can only assume he is offended as he has stated the certain “statements” were false which “statements” we will never know.
3. I have not seen any inappropriate comments towards any certain individual written by anyone. I have seen constructive criticism and identification of emerging issues within this conference.
What is evident is that some sort of censorship will occur in an effort to suppress the damage that this conference has done to it’s workers.
Dr. Stanley you now have it in writing.