A Step-by-Step Guide to Completing the Business Income Worksheet (Part C)

Third in a series of articles on completing the business income worksheet. Part C of the business income (BI) worksheet is the culmination of the discussion and development of BI exposure. It is here where critical answers to questions relating … Continue reading

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Completing the Business Income Worksheet (Parts A & B)

Second in a series of articles on completing the business income worksheet. Now that you’ve assembled the right people, information and materials to complete your business income (BI) worksheet, what are the key issues to consider when completing it? Although … Continue reading

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Determining Business Income Exposure: Preparation

First in a series of articles on completing the business income worksheet. A well-thought-out and documented business income (BI) worksheet is essential for determining the business income exposure for any given business. Organizations often underestimate how long it will take … Continue reading

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Preparing for an Aging Hospitality Workforce

The aging American workplace is emerging as a key issue for the hospitality industry.  Recent reports indicate that the population of people over 65 is expected to increase to 21.7% of the population by 2040.  As employee demographics in the hospitality … Continue reading

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When Catastrophes “Go Viral”:
Protecting Your Company’s Reputation in a
Digital World

Billions of people are active on social media and constantly sharing news, content and information in real-time with friends, followers and even total strangers. The positive of real-time “news” is its propensity to inform the public of an event unfolding … Continue reading

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Hurricane Season May Heat Up.
Is Your Small Business Ready?

Although “average” hurricane activity dominated hurricane predictions earlier this year, some experts are now anticipating an increase in storms. The hurricane season, which officially begins June 1 and ends November 30, could see 14 named storms in the Atlantic Basin. … Continue reading

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What’s Your Business Travel Plan When Natural Disasters Strike?

The continued risk of natural catastrophes is highlighted by the unprecedented series of disasters that have occurred in the United States in recent years. According to some reports, natural disasters cost a total of $192 billion in 2013. In fact, … Continue reading

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Business Continuity on a Global Scale

Business continuity is a key consideration for any business, but becomes even more complex to manage for multinational companies. See the graphic below and help ensure your readiness for doing business abroad. Continue reading

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Critical Communications for Continuity

A communications plan to alert staff, resume operations and let customers and suppliers know how you’re doing are central elements in a company’s business continuity plans. As companies take part in America’s PrepareAthon!, sponsored by FEMA, on April 30, it’s … Continue reading

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No Place Is Risk Free

A recent article opined on the continuous flow of natural disasters throughout the United States. “No place in the United States is risk-free,” said the author, Tom Jeffrey.  Some places, such as tornado “alley,” are more prone to natural disasters … Continue reading

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