Keeping Customers and Employees Safe During Unsettling Times
Alot of companies haven’t planned for a crisis on this scale, but many are finding out they need to. This session will show you how to draft a disaster preparedness policy outlining how people should work from home, how to handle travel, what to do about meetings and more. Include things like what an alternative business model would look like and what that means to both staff and clients. It’s important to define some “worst-case” scenarios in your plan so that is can act as an easy reference guide on what to do, how to communicate and how to keep business running. It’s not too late to put all the elements of a crisis-management or disaster-preparedness plan in place for your business.
Co-Sponsor(s): Nash Community College with the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce
Pre-registration is required. After registering you will be redirected to the Zoom platform where you will sign up and receive the link to the webinar. You will receive a reminder 1 day before and 1 hour prior to the start of the program. Please use the same name and email that you used to register with the SBC.
Fee: No Cost