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Business Continuity Plan

Connecticut was declared a Disaster Area by FEMA as a result of hurricane Sandy. Workers in the Twin Towers depended on their landlords to set out what the disaster plans were. Every business should have at least a skeleton plan of what the business would do in case of a 1) physical emergency at the workplace and/or 2) a personnel emergency that somehow prevented employees from accomplishing work. This includes an idea of which checks would need to continue to be paid and how they will be paid until the business resumes, and a backup plan if the business cannot resume in the same physical location. Call us with questions.

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