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 …
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A virus rages through a senior living community. Numerous residents and staff fall ill, and some are taken to the hospital. The community has to postpone move-ins and turn away visitors. Amidst the pandemonium, little thought is given to saving …
When the concept of senior living arose some decades ago, it was rooted in the hospitality business. The demographics of aging have made care a much larger component than originally expected and planned. With many residents living with a range …
Managing a brand’s reputation in a crisis is challenging for the public relations team, but then the legal team gets involved and the complexity often increases. However, the legal team has their crisis management concerns and often the public relations …
How many ways can United Airlines screw up? First it was the leggings controversy which was discussed here. Now it is the videotaped removal of a paying passenger who was unwilling to leave a flight for another the next …
United Airlines is in crisis mode today after girls wearing leggings were made to either change out of them or add skirts before they could fly. A blogger with a small following tweeted about the situation and it grew from …
Wells Fargo is a great company. However, it was ill-served by its former CEO John Stumpf who didn’t quickly own the false financial accounts that came to light during his leadership. This commentary article in Fortune provides a very good …
Lately, there has been extensive media coverage of companies in crisis. Samsung, with its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone recall from batteries that overheat, is seeking to resurrect brand confidence. Wells Fargo, with its CEO John Stumpf under fire before …
Ignoring viral rumors on social media doesn’t work, especially when it comes to government. That’s the conclusion of research performed at the University of Washington’s Emerging Capacities of Mass Participation Laboratory and covered by GovTech.com. A simple statement by …
For some time now, SeaWorld has been receiving extensive negative publicity for a trainer’s death by an orca whale, its orca shows and its orca breeding program. Until yesterday, the company’s crisis management has been ineffective. Now they have made …