The role of HR in organizational survival

Timmons, Steve
November 2004
Employee Benefit News;Nov2004, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p62
Discusses the role of human resource professionals in the continuity of business operations through a crisis event. Steps for an effective organizational survival planning; Development of a workplace violence prevention and response program; Establishment of emergency response/business continuity teams for a disaster event.


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