Just as it is important to draft a good policy, it is equally important to communicate it effectively to employees.
1. Maintain a central source of information
In any organization, regulations and policy information does not only come from the legal and compliance department, but also from a number of other sources. For example, IT/Data Security, Finance, and Human Resources to name a few. Offering a single source of information, i.e. a contact point for questions on regulations from all departments and specialist areas can drastically simplify the process of finding relevant information. Having such important policy information from multiple departments scattered over the intranet or over emails, makes it difficult for the employee to find relevant information in a timely manner.
With a single source, employees no longer have to scramble through multiple emails or intranet pages to get the information they want.