The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way many organizations conduct their business. Remote work has become a necessity in the age of social distancing, while other groups have had to shut down entirely because of the guidelines put forth by federal and local governments. A main concern for many organizations that are looking to maintain their business continuity during this disaster is how they share important updates with their workers when they are not in their typical facilities. Often the key to maintaining business continuity in the event of a crisis is developing a strong communication plan. Being able to…
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