Last week, we kicked off our month-long discussion about disaster preparedness in an effort to help you be ready for the unexpected. This week, our focus is on creating an emergency communications plan that will help you stay connected in the event of a disaster.
Admins are often the ones responsible for taking care of the office — and getting it back up and running or setting up a remote office — when a disaster occurs. But if something happens that closes your office, such as a flood, hurricane or tornado, chances are the event will impact your home, too. This is why it’s important to have a communications plan for both your office and your home.
Supporting your administrative success,
P.S. You can find additional resources for creating another key component of disaster preparedness, your office procedures, on the All Things Admin site.