Texas SHRM Publishes ACI Article on Disaster Preparedness in Latest Newsletter

The Texas Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management has published ACI’s recent article on disaster preparedness in the workplace in its latest bi-monthly newletter.

The article highlights the necessity and importance of having a prepared workforce in the event of many types of disasters, and gives detailed insight and information regarding the different aspects of having every business prepared in case of an emergency.

Read the entire article here

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1 Response to Texas SHRM Publishes ACI Article on Disaster Preparedness in Latest Newsletter

  1. Tim S. says:

    Wow, what a great post. I really liked the author’s sincerity about truly wanting to keep workers safe. There’s actually a great webinar online that discusses emergency prep in depth. It is really useful for businesses to ensure the safety of their workers and protect against citations. http://www.provpubs.com/webinars/webinar-emergencypreparedness/

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