Continuity planning is used to deal with a range of situations that could critically impair an organisation's ability to operate. While various parts of an organisation will make different contributions towards this, HR professionals have the obligation to advise their organisations on the people aspects of any crisis and to put plans in place to minimise any negative impacts.
The ongoing uncertainty around Brexit can make this difficult to do, but people professionals can take concrete actions by focusing on several key considerations and activities. Doing so, in conjunction with dedicated workforce planning, will give businesses the best prospect of navigating successfully through Brexit and beyond.
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