In many parts of the world, the ever-present threat of earthquake is part of everyday life. In recent weeks alone there have been earthquakes of over 5.5 magnitude in Turkey, Indonesia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Chile, Afghanistan and Japan.
Alerting software is becoming increasingly popular with businesses and organizations all over the world who are seeking to improve internal communication and share information quickly and easily with their employees.
Information overload is a challenge that many organisations around the world have to overcome in order to communicate effectively with their employees.
Emergency situations can happen at any time, and often when you least anticipate them. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared for emergencies if and when they happen.
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The Chief Information Officer (CIO) often has a metaphoric tightrope to walk in any organization, delivering innovation, adding value, but also troubleshooting and delivering savings as well.
No matter where your business is located in the world, it’s more than likely that you have legal obligations - as well as ethical and moral ones - to ensure your employees have a safe workplace.
Unfortunately, many companies fail to see the value of investing in employee education, or see it as something that they can’t afford to do, or it’s just an afterthought. It’s little wonder then that around 24 per cent of millennials said in the Deloitte Millennial Survey that they are “very satisfied” with professional development opportunities being offered by their employers.
There are many scenarios that could take place where you need to take action quickly to let employees know that there is a dangerous situation that could affect them. This can include a fire, gas leak, active shooter, terror attack, natural disaster, civil unrest or severe weather event.