Prepare for the Unexpected
Managing the impact of disasters, pandemics, and other crises
- Natural disasters
- Strikes and labor actions
- Epidemics and pandemics
- Economic collapse
- Acts of war, aggression, and civil unrest
How would you react if a group of employees suddenly became unable to work?
Unexpected events threaten to upset the best laid plans every day. But what if—instead of a single employee calling in sick—an entire department came down with the flu, or worse? WebMentor Skills provides a way to catalog employee skills and quickly analyze losses to help develop actionable response plans.
What skills did the lost employees possess?
Use the Individual Skills Inventory report to catalog the skills and proficiency levels of lost employees. The reports show each employee's strengths and weaknesses, which gives a clear picture of exactly what the organization has lost. (Click the image to view an employee's Individual Skill Inventory.)
Which remaining employees would make the best replacements?
To determine the most qualified internal candidates for vacated positions, use the Skills Search tool to identify candidates with the smallest skill gaps relative to the open positions. (Click the first image to view a Skill Search for a leadership position. Click the second image to view the results.)
How can you develop the replacement employees' most critical skills?
Use the Individual Development Planner (IDP) tool to create skill development plans for each remaining employee. The IDPs clearly identify each employee's most critical skill gaps relative to the requirements of their new jobs, and help focus training and development resources most efficiently. (Click on the image to view an employee's IDP.)
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