When disaster strikes your business, there will always be significant human resource issues to address—often very quickly. In the aftermath of any disaster, business leaders must decide whether and how to move forward. Sound disaster planning requires that human resource issues be recognized as being of prime importance, and adequate attention must be given to these issues both in the preventive and remedial aspects of any disaster prevention and recovery plan.
- Comply with Local, State and Federal Laws and Regulations Following the Crisis
- Meeting Union bargaining obligations
- Meeting Employee Needs
- Handling llGovernment Investigators
- Intellectual Property Concerns
- Safeguarding Elmployee Assests
- Preventative Planning
Continuing Education Offered: 1.50 SHRM credits approved, 1.50 HRCI credits submitted for approval, 1.50 CLE credits submitted upon attendee request prior to event, and 1.50 HR/Management/ Supervision Compliance Certificate credits.