Whether it's a shooting in the workplace, a toxic chemical spill, industrial accident or natural disaster, the majority of employers are woefully unprepared to deal with a workplace crisis, says long-time crisis management expert Jonathan Bernstein.
"Ninety-five percent of employers are either completely unprepared or dramatically underprepared for crises," says Bernstein, author of "Manager's Guide to Crisis Management" and president of Bernstein Crisis Management.
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