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First 30 Days Pandemic Response Plan

It’s time for HR and leaders to leap into action during the critical first days of the crisis.

  • Given the speed and scope of the spread of the pandemic, governments are responding with changes almost daily as to what organizations and people can and can’t do. This volatility and uncertainty challenges organizations to respond, particularly in the absence of a business continuity or crisis management plan.

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Critical Insight

  • Assess the risk to and viability of your organization in order to create appropriate action and communication plans quickly.

Impact and Result

  • HR departments must be directly involved in developing the organization’s pandemic response plan. Use McLean & Company’s Risk and Viability Matrix and uncover the crucial next steps to take during the first 30 days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

First 30 Days Pandemic Response Plan

1. Create a response plan for the first 30 days of a pandemic

Manage organizational risk and viability during the first 30 days of a crisis.

2. Identify the impact of business continuity efforts on communications

Reinforce the facts and communicate plans to affected stakeholders.


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  • Call #1 - Manage organizational risk and viability during the first 30 days of a crisis.

Author(s)

Jennifer Waxman

Agatha Kennedy

Christine Penhale

Tamara Heimonen