When Winter Weather Hits The Question Becomes “To Close Or Not To Close?” Are you liable if you don’t? Wondering what you need to do to help your staff—and your business—weather any storm? There are three steps that should be part of any inclement weather plan: Plan in advance Communicate the plan Understand your liability
Aimed at promoting both workplace safety and business continuity before, during and after an active shooter event, this ebook is designed to serve as a planning resource for contemporary employers, employees, and the public at large.
In a crisis, the on-going operation of your organization hinges on rapid and effective communication. Utilizing an alert and notification service like that offered by One Call Now can mean the difference between success and failure.
The reality of the matter is that cyber attacks are not only happening, but sooner or later—and more likely sooner than later—one is going to happen to you. If you don’t yet have a cyber attack response plan in place, download our resource, A Five-Point Resource for Cyber Attack Response Planning.
Protect, Inform and Engage Your Congregants What would you do in the event of an intruder? Instilling the mindset of “See Something, Say Something” has always been important in preventing harm from happening to others. While this has mainly been spoken about in public settings, it’s time to foster that approach in places of worship. […]
With One Call Now, customers receive timely, automated notifications. When big storms cause power outages, customers want to know when power will be back on.
Employees who are engaged are more satisfied with their jobs and more productive in the workplace. If you think understanding how to effectively communicate to your customers is your only concern, you are missing out on an opportunity to increase your company’s productivity, reduce employee turnover—even improve customer satisfaction.