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Leading People Through Disasters by SPHR Kathryn McKee, Liz Guthridge

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Chapter 6Balancing the Needs of Employees with the Need to Return to Work

This chapter discusses the following topics:

  • Helping employees through the trauma caused by a disaster
  • The signs of disaster-related performance problems
  • Guidelines for a meeting with an employee who is having trouble
  • Tips for interviewing a troubled employee

Getting Back to Work after a Disaster

Once the rains, winds, fire, or floodwaters have abated, it’s time to attend in equal parts to employees’ physical and emotional states in anticipation of going back to work. You need to consider where your employees will report to work; whether they have the tools, information, and other resources they need to do their jobs; and what tasks they need to focus on. As daunting ...

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