Despite the perception many might have of being one’s own boss, those in the know will tell you that running a business is certainly no walk in the park. In fact, there are times when it can feel like you’re going from one office disaster to the next, firefighting as best you can to keep everything on track.
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Whether it’s the resignation of a key member of the team, the loss of a major customer or even damage to your building and equipment, these are the steps you can take to put a disaster recovery plan in place so you can live to fight another day.
1. The resignation of a key employee
You might think it’s melodramatic to call the loss of a key employee an office disaster. However, anyone who has experienced it will tell you the resignation of key personnel can... Read More