Email Signature

First name and Last name
Title, Department (optional)
Intact Financial Corporation
Address, City, Province Postal Code
T. 000 000 0000 ext. 00000
C. 000 000 000
first.last@intact.net

Since the Slate font is not available in Outlook, the Arial font is used for email signatures instead.

The department name is optional. If it is used, it should follow the employee’s title and should be preceded by a comma.

Employees may list their local office number and toll free number. Managers may choose to list their cell phone number. The fax number is optional.

Abbreviations to be used are as follows:

  • For telephone t:
  • For toll free number tf:
  • For cell phone c:
  • For fax number fax:

Bilingual signature

If needed, employees can use a bilingual signature, by adding Intact Corporation financière on the third line (Intact Financial Corporation, Intact Corporation financière)

Pronouns

You can show your commitment to building an inclusive workplace and solidarity with the LGBTQ2+ community by adding your pronouns to your signature.

The most common, albeit non-exhaustive, list of pronouns in email signatures include:

  • Sample 1: First name and Last name (he, him)
  • Sample 2: First name and Last name (she, her)
  • Sample 3: First name and Last name (they, them)
  • Sample 4: First name and Last name (ze, zir/hir)

Simply add your pronouns after your name as indicated below:

First name and Last name (include your pronouns)
Title, Department (optional)
Intact Financial Corporation
Address, City, Province Postal Code
T. 000 000 0000 ext. 00000
C. 000 000 000
first.last@intact.net

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • By law, all employees in Western Canada must include the company’s name below the title line.
  • In Quebec only, damage insurance agents and claims adjusters must, by law, include their email signature, their official title, company name, email, and mailing address.