Keep a Business Running After an Emergency
- When an emergency situation, such as a tornado, hits a workplace, turmoil can ensue. Roads may be inaccessible, electricity may be gone and employee may be unable to get to work.
- If this lasts for a long time, it could be devastating for many employers. In fact, some workplaces may not be able to ever recover.
- Having a business continuity plan is a method to ensure that business operations will run even during an emergency situation. The plan may include making sure payroll operations do not shut down or that products and service are still being delivered to clients.
- Having a strong business continuity plan will help ensure an employer that when an emergency happens, it will be able to withstand it.