'Preparing For The Anniversary Of 9/11' - Free Report

As the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 tragedy approaches, employers need to be prepared for the onslaught of new and renewed emotions that are sure to pour out. Employers will find a valuable tool for helping their employees get through their difficult times by downloading the latest free report posted on AHI’s Employment Law Resource Center located at www.ahipubs.com.

The free report - "Preparing For The Anniversary Of 9/11" - shows employers what they can do to provide their employees with the mechanisms for coping with new and renewed emotions that the anniversary will bring. Topics in this valuable report include:

The Keys: Preparation, Communication -Lisa Zurndorfer, CSW, a counselor at the New York City Fire Department, gives an explanation and tips on why preparation and communication for the 9/11 anniversary are important.

Help Employees Feel Secure - Doron Kay, senior partner at Global Impact, an international security and risk management firm, gives advice on how to make employees feel secure in the workplace.

Security Check - Steps employers can take to increase security in the workplace and help put employees at ease.

10 Actions For Leadership Communication - A checklist of final reminders on how employers can help their workforce through this difficult time.

Employers can download this report - (Note: Free Registration Is Required)

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