Hurricane Katrina proved to us that my employers (and coworkers, myself included) were not prepared for the post-disaster. For several days (and weeks) after landfall, we were scattered everywhere. We could barely get in touch with each other because of the unreliable cell phone service and email was out of the question. During those days, several questions arose: do I still have a job, will I get paid, what the heck is going on, etc., etc. Now that the hurricane season is officially over, I've been asked to develop an emergency plan for the firm.
I already have templates from the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security on emergency preparedness plans, but I'm curious to know how other agencies/companies handle this. Thanks!