Hurricane and Severe Weather Toolkit for SMBs from Achilles Group Toolkit includes HR Best Practices and Checklist for Small Business Owners from Achilles Group

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Companies that fail to prepare for severe weather, like Hurricanes, lose much more than employee time. A complimentary toolkit is available for small business owners to minimize employee downtime, loss, and business interruption.

Many companies lose much more than time because of a failure to plan for severe weather. Achilles Group has released a complimentary "Severe Weather Toolkit for Small Business Owners" available for download at their website at:

Benefits of charting an inclement weather action plan include:

  •     Minimize downtime
  •     Demonstrate thoughtfulness and sound management practices to employees
  •     Ensure against business loss and interruption

The "Severe Weather Toolkit" from Achilles Group includes:
1.    Employee Weather Communication Standard Operating Procedures
2.    Company & CEO Checklist
3.    Bad Weather Conditions Memo – Office Open / Closed

Achilles Group, as the leading provider of strategic HR services knows that people determine the success and failure of SMBs (small medium businesses).

About Achilles Group (
Achilles Group becomes the HR Director for small and mid-sized businesses with 25-2,000 employees. Through a shared-services model Achilles provides human capital expertise for about half the cost of hiring an internal HR director.

Typical clients include executives looking for an alternative to building an HR department and companies outgrowing their current HR capabilities. Started in 2002, Achilles Group provides strategic HR services in support of business goals for more than 12,000 client employees in over 30 states.

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Download "Severe Weather Toolkit for Small Business Owners" at:

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