How to Create a Business Continuity Plan. BCPs provide procedures for how employers and employees will stay in touch and keep doing their jobs in the event of a disaster or emergency, such as a fire at the office.
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Think about your business on a higher level. Most of us are so immersed in day-to-day business operations that it's hard to see the big picture. Making time for Business Continuity Planning lets you put proactive controls in place to minimize risk; and it ensures you’re covered when a disaster strikes. Want to start the process at your organization? Check out the quick start advice on our blog, and contact our team for personalized support. Photo Credit: Shutterstock