US consultancy firm identifies business continuity needs


ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA -- American companies are not adequately communicating business continuity plans to their employees according to the results of a survey released in August by US-based management consultants Robbins-Gioia. The study, on business continuity and disaster recovery planning, involved more than 170 business executives and project managers and found that only 40% of the companies surveyed ensured all their staff were aware of continuity plans.

Jay Casale, executive vice-president

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