Many of us were caught off guard and ill-prepared for the crisis that befell the world. What are the lessons you’ve learned and how will you be prepared to communicate, survive and keep the engines of your workplace humming during the next crisis? Your Workplace has considered these questions, which is why our cover story looks at the best ways to prepare, address and communicate issues with your staff for the next crisis. Disaster preparedness is very real and very necessary. You need it now and you will need it in the future, and this issue provides the necessary considerations to create your own disaster preparedness plan.
We also look at the lifecycle of the employee experience, coupled the idea of internal training and development.