Disaster Recovery

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It is with sadness and appall that we all watch the marvelous cathedral of Notre Dame in flames. Thank goodness that reports are no lives are lost and that some of the structure will be saved.

Notre Dame is over 800 years old – construction began in 1163 under King Louis VII and finished almost 200 years later.

April 16, 2019



Severe weather events, like the recent “Bomb Cyclone” along the Eastern seaboard, can negatively impact organizations disrupting productivity and derailing employees’ ability to get to their jobs. However, employers who utilize effective workflex practices can help alleviate many of the problems and stresses caused by weather emergencies.

January 29, 2018


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Despite House Vote, Employers Should Prepare for Quicker Union Elections

By Allen Smith  3/19/2015

News Updates
March 20, 2015

The devastation wreaked by Hurricane Sandy reminds us that natural and manmade disasters can strike at any time. HR consultancy Mercer’s 2012 Survey on Workforce Readiness: When Disaster Strikes, analyzed organizations’ disaster plans and policies, focusing on how companies gathered information, disseminated it to affected employees, provided for them, and handled relocations and any other special tasks during disaster events in 2011.

News Updates
December 3, 2012