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Human Resources & Equal Opportunity and Compliance
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HR EOC Client Intake
HR EOC Client Intake
HR & EOC Client Intake Form
A master request form for clients to submit to requisition design and communications services.
What is the name of your project or event?
Is this a new project?
If this is not a new project, please provide a brief history.
What is the due date for your project?
MM slash DD slash YYYY
Tell us a little bit about your project. What are your goals? Who is your audience?
What are the outcomes you'd like to achieve? How will you know the project was successful?
What are the important dates associated with your project?
After we review your form, we've found it's most helpful to sit down with you and other stakeholders to review your request in person. Please provide the names of those who should be invited to this meeting (senior-level reviewers may attend, but are not required). Typically, this meeting will be scheduled within a week of receiving your form, schedules permitting.
Please upload any materials that will help us learn more about your project -- background, timelines, associated content, previous versions, etc.
Drop files here or
Accepted file types: doc, docx, pdf, jpg, png, xls, xlsx, Max. file size: 100 MB.
What is the budget for your project? NOTE: At our initial planning meeting, we will need to receive your project code and associated information for cost charging. We will not charge anything to your budget without full discussion and agreement.
There are a variety of general communication methods that we can use to support your goals. The most commonly requested are listed below. Please check the items that you feel would be most useful for your project. We will discuss specifics at the initial meeting.
Campaign strategy/overall messaging: this typically applies to large projects or programs
Digital graphics: monitor screens; email, social media or web graphics
Print materials: postcard; flyer; poster; brochure; banner
Social media campaign: text, graphics and/or video content
Content development: newsletter/Gazette articles; email; speechwriting/talking points
Branding: brand package; logo; color palette; brand voice
Website updates or new content
Media relations/external publicity
Other (will be discussed at initial meeting)
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