Before all of the year-end articles start coming in, we thought it would be a good time to reach out to several business continuity experts to get a jump on the most pressing concerns facing resilience professionals. Prior to the U.S. election, many of our Disaster Recovery Journal Executive Council and Editorial Advisory Board members were thinking about the possibility of civil unrest. “My first thought is, ‘ask after the election,’” said Joe Layman of ACP Orange County. “The two sides have their own approaches which could impact, positive or negative, the workplace and the economy.” “The growing unrest in…
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