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How HR Can Help Following Disaster

Posted by Wendy White on September 18, 2015

How HR Can Help Following Disaster | Wendy White | HR Insights blog by CareATC, Inc.Natural and manmade disasters get a high profile on the news, but 61% of businesses don't have a worst-case scenario plan.

When floods, hurricanes, and fires affect businesses adversely, fewer than half reopen when things have settled down.

Though disasters are infrequent, businesses need to have a plan of action, and HR is most poised to make it.

Most recommended continuity measures all involve employee well-being:

  • Account for all employees
  • Be a focal point for employee families
  • Address financial needs

Read full article at Benefits Pro.

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Wendy White

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Wendy White

As the Director of Client and Clinical Services at CareATC, Wendy manages the implementation and ongoing success of our clients' clinic programs. She is also a resident expert on all things CareATC, having been with the company for over 10 years.

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