This is a guest post by Jay Harris.
Have you ever known someone who refuses to get health insurance because they are convinced it will make them get sick? Or perhaps someone who will not apply for life insurance coverage because of a fear that it will cause an accident?
Indeed, many business owners resist planning for emergencies because of a belief that it will somehow increase the risks of disaster actually occurring. However, equipping for an emergency is not “expecting” an emergency, but rather being prepared IF one should occur.
With that in mind, here are five major areas of concern, as well as tips on how to avoid problems on the front end and handle issues in the event it becomes necessary.
Since we’re discussing protecting your business, let’s start with protecting your business. In this age of technology, fewer things are more critical to the success of a business than its records and documents. Continue reading “Issue Spotting for your Small Business: Disaster Prep Basics” »