It’s been a little more than one month since the 7.0 earthquake on Nov. 30, 2018 hit Anchorage. The Alaska Earthquake Center has recorded more than 4,000 aftershocks, with two dozen greater than 4.0. Not surprisingly, quake reactions have hit the workplace, with employee anxiety triggered by each major aftershock. Some employees arrive at work having had trouble sleeping. Others find themselves distracted. Some even find themselves unable to perform portions of their job.
What should employers and employees do? For solid answers and next steps for any natural disaster situation, read the full article featuring Avitus Group experts Dr. Lynne Curry, Robert Lindstrom and Dave Reynolds. Curry is the Regional Director of Training and Business Consulting. Lindstrom is a Human Resources Director and Reynolds is a Senior Safety Consultant at Avitus Group.