Melissa C. Martin
Melissa C. MartinName: Melissa C. Martin Twitter: @ravingredhead Personal Website/Blog: Bio: Melissa is a passionate, innovative career expert, who holds impressive credentials in the career/employment field for over 11 years. Her specialties include dealing with the unemployed, underemployed, military members, military spouses, aspiring entrepreneurs and those who need "career nourishment" to re-ignite themselves. What's your favorite career related quote? "What would you do if you knew you wouldn't fail?" (Unknown) What's your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? My favorite part is the opportunity to connect globally with job seekers. Articles written by this expert: 5 Steps for ‘Panning for Gold’ in Job Search (PLUS Law of 6!) RISK: What the Romans Can Teach You About Career Change 5 Ways People Are Getting Raises & Promotions in a Tight Economy Job Seeker Says: I’ve Got a Passion for NOTHING! 10 Ways to Use Speed Networking in Your Job Search 10 Tips for Dealing With Workplace Harassment Broke New Year’s Resolution? Turn to Chinese New Year to Reignite Job Search 7 Steps to Using the Power of Intuition in Your Job Search 10 Ways to Deal with the Signs of Layoff Want a Job? Use a Job Developer’s Techniques How to Recover from a Layoff: Recovery = Resilience Easy Steps for Designing a Social Networking Strategy in Your Job Search Twitter: How to Tap into This High-powered Job Search Tool 360 Degrees May Be Your Best Online Marketing Strategy Want to Wow an Interviewer? Use Competitive Intelligence Have You Tracked Your Online ID Lately? Job Search Motivation from A-Z 4 Things That Can Affect Your Career Choices Are You Ready to Return to Work? 9 Questions to Ask Yourself During a Job Search Why Procrastination Can Be Good in a Job Search How to Use Military Experience in Your Resume Why Learning a New Language Can Help Your Job Search Unemployed? Maybe You Should Change Your Perspective
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4 Steps To Prepare Employees For The Chaos Of (Unexpected) Emergency

Organizations are continually faced with potential emergencies (such as a power outage, fire, and pandemic) and natural disasters (such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires). Your organization probably has a comprehensive, documented (and tested) business continuity plan and IT disaster recovery plan. But does your organization have the third key employee emergency preparedness plan?

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