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A guide to proactive disaster planning for small businesses
A company’s survival depends on how prepared it is for natural or manmade disasters. A chemical spill, earthquake or tornado can disrupt or destroy a small business. Employers must evacuate workers to safety and protect crucial business data. And if necessary, employers must be ready to relocate the business and set up temporary operations elsewhere. HR’s involvement throughout the disaster planning and response process is critically important…
ASIA’S FUTURE CITIES: Yangon lacking resilience to face future disasters
Nothing is normal these days when it comes to Myanmar’s weather.
In Yangon, residents talk about a time when they used to wear sweaters or scarves in the colder months, when the early morning was crisp and people would exercise to stay warm.
Yet, this rise in temperature is just a small indicator of the unparalleled challenges facing the country’s largest city…
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