Here are ways to prepare your workforce for the possibility of business closures, working from home, quarantines and other outcomes of a disease outbreak.
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“The company’s motivation for establishing this comprehensive program for veterans was twofold. First, Prudential sees talent as a differentiator … and wants to ensure that the company has the best and brightest employees. ... Second, it’s the right thing to do. We believe we have an obligation to help veterans establish a civilian career after they have had a career protecting our freedom.”
— Chuck Sevola, head of Prudential’s Veterans Initiatives Office
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A TOOLBOX FOR THE NEW WORLD OF WORK