JetBlue’s Strategy for Effective Crisis Planning
What good is your crisis plan if you haven’t prepared to use it? Building a strong crisis response plan starts with getting your people involved.
- Best practices for keeping a mobile workforce safe
- The benefits of collaborating with other organizations during crisis planning
- The importance of response plan testing and continual improvement
- How to engage your entire organization in emergency response planning
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