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Your company has a crisis communication plan in place and you think you are prepared for a crisis. Have you tested it? This story in The Wall Street Journal looks at a survey from Deloitte Global that indicates very few …
You’ve just had a crisis at one of your senior living communities and the news media has found out. This is normally when your crisis communication plan should be pulled out and acted on. You no longer have the luxury …