Having a Plan When Disaster Hits

No matter where you call “home” it is subject to some kind of natural disaster. Floods, hurricanes, fires, blizzards, earthquakes and more -employers must be prepared. According to HR Hero, “Crisis management and business continuity plans must be expanded from isolated company-specific disasters to plans for massive regional damage such as the total collapse of the telecommunication infrastructure that followed Hurricane Katrina.” Consider the following when creating your contingency plan: workplace safety, employee leave, employee privacy, alternative work schedules and telecommuting, and wage and hour issues.

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