Denver, CO -- As a global company, Western Union has employees located all over the world. While most employees work in relatively secure facilities, we all have seen first hand how events can create an unsafe environment very quickly. Following the events of 9/11/2001, the tsunami in 2004 and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005, it makes sense to prepare for the worst. Businesses must plan to ensure the safety of employees and for the continuation of their operations, and individuals must plan to help ensure the safety of their families. Western Union already has sound business continuity plans in place to ensure that business operations can recover from emergencies. However, HomelandPlans.com will help individual employees prepare a customized individual contingency plan to ensure their families are safe as well.
Responsible businesses protect not only
their tangible assets, but their human
resources as well.
Consumers have looked to Western Union® to help them stay connected to loved ones around the world for more than 150 years. Western Union is a global leader in money transfer services, offering the ability to send money to more than 245,000 Western Union Agent locations in over 200 countries and territories. Count on Western Union to transfer money, send bill payments, and purchase money orders and prepaid services.
HomelandPlans.com® is a leading web service designed specifically for workforce continuity planning. HomelandPlans.com combines employer authored best practices with identified “disasters” and major areas of concern such as transportation and communications. Using the HomelandPlans.com trademarked plug-n-plan system, Employees make simple selections to produce relevant plans which are then ready for secure personalization and sharing with family members. Employees may print out their plan for safekeeping and also have the option to save their personalized information online at HomelandPlans.com for day-to-day or ready reference if ever the need arises.
Designed as a wellness program, the benefits to the employer and business are equally significant. In the event of a disaster, employees able to respond to family needs are quicker to return to work, keeping businesses running and lowering the impact and expense of disaster recovery," says Lou Geiger, President of HomelandPlans.com, "Responsible businesses protect not only their tangible assets, but their human resources as well."
For more information visit www.HomelandPlans.com, or contact:
Email: louis.geiger (at) e-scapes.com
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