Crisis planning

Crofts, Pauline
September 2009
People Management;9/24/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p37
The article offers information on the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's guide on risk and business continuity management launched in September 2009. Produced jointly with the Business Continuity Institute, the guide is designed to limit the damage of various crises such as swine flu, rail strike, or terrorist action. The guide also highlights the benefits of human resources involvement including improved understanding and employee goodwill, increased flexibility, speed of recovery, and the ability to continue to deliver a service.


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