It is imperative that your organization is able to support your employees and your local community when in need. Disasters are unpredictable, but can occur at any point during the year. Whether it be a hurricane, wildfire, or other type of unforeseen event, companies today are expected to play a role in disaster relief. Be prepared by following these simple steps, so that the infrastructure and resources you'll rely on in a time of need are there.
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