Universal Response to Worker Displacement Template

Plan A is always that the hired individual can complete their work normally — No one wants Plan A to fail — but having a strong plan B in place is the best way to be prepared for any situation. With a solid role contingency plan, you can effectively respond if the role is dropped and get back on track as quickly as possible. A role contingency plan is a proactive strategy to help you address negative developments and ensure business continuity.

Universal Response to Worker Displacement Template

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