HR Guide for Hurricane and Disaster Preparation: Preparing For The Worst


Hurricanes have posed unique human resources challenges for employers with operations in Houston and the Gulf Coast Region. According to the Congressional Budget Office, Hurricane Katrina alone wiped out more than 400,000 jobs.

The economic effects of hurricanes have long term consequences on the businesses in the region.

While many employers are working around the clock on recovery efforts, other employers find themselves unable to function for extended periods because of damage or loss of utilities.

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