Web Page in the Event of Disaster
Insert info here about event/disaster
1. DO EMPLOYEES STILL HAVE JOBS?
[Yes. There are no changes planned to the employees jobs until the office reopens, which is expected to be [date/time]. [Yes. The leadership team will continue to monitor the situation and alert employees to any employment changes that may arise. The next update will be provided on [date].] [No. The businesses will be closed [permanently] [for the next [week] [ten days], after which an update will be provided on this web page].]
2. HOW WILL JOBS CHANGE DURING THE RECOVERY PERIOD?
Employees are requested to [check the website several times per day for updates on when systems will be online and ready for work from [home] [name of alternate location] [the normal office location]. Employees should begin working on all tasks that can be completed from [home] [name of alternate location] as soon as possible after the systems are back online]. [Employees may be asked to assist with recovery functions as identified by their respective managers, which may include [client update drafting and communications] [reaching out to vendors to evaluate ability to perform [standard] OR [reduced] services] [assist with cleanup and restoration of the office].]
3. ARE THERE ANY PRECAUTIONS THAT THE EMPLOYEE SHOULD TAKE THAT APPLY TO THIS CRISIS?
[Employees should avoid all attempts to return to the office location until it is safely restored.] [When traveling within Madison, employees should avoid [describe areas to be avoided] due to [flood/tornado/ice/fire/quarantine/civil unrest/chemical spill/other?] damage.]
4. WHAT SHOULD THE EMPLOYEE RELAY TO HIS/HER CUSTOMERS?
[Employees should send the following template message to each of their client contacts [link?]. Please personalize the message with the recipient’s name and organization.]