It doesn’t matter which industry each of us works within. Practical advice regarding disaster planning is universal, crossing businesses large and small, as well as professions. The Coronavirus has highlighted the need to have a business continuity and disaster recovery plan and a pandemic plan in place.
The teams from the CPA Mutual and Network Management Group have collaborated on 10 key areas, starting points, to get you thinking about updating your disaster plan, and putting employee safety first. The list details critical guidelines that should be addressed including work policies, technology, security, health and safety protocols, meetings (internal and external), and more.
Read the full article on this important topic via Accounting Today.com.