Disasters take many forms, but they share something in common: their unpredictability. The loss of an employee is often the most difficult type of incident that can affect an organization. It brings emotional upheaval for co-workers and friends and may render key employees incapable of making business decisions. If it affects a high-level position, it can disrupt how an organization operates and disrupt investor and shareholder confidence.
Loss of people cannot be prevented, but personnel loss preparedness plans can make recovering from a loss significantly easier and minimize the risk the disruption poses to your business. Your organization should review its current policies in light of the following eight practices to ensure there is a plan in place even if the most devastating of events occurs.
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