New York, NY (PRWEB) October 14, 2009 -
Steven Crimando, Managing Director of XBRM, and other key experts, were recently interviewed for Financial Management Network (FMN) by SmartPros to discuss businesses' responsibility during a pandemic.
The questions, and their answers, are both informative and revealing about what business executives should expect in the coming months, how they should prepare, and the behavioral/mental health issues they will face in the workplace.
Click here to watch the interview
About SmartPros Ltd.: SmartPros' FMN Video programs make it easy for finance professionals to stay up to date on the issues that affect them. SmartPros is a leading provider of professional education products to Fortune 500 companies, as well as the major firms and associations in each of its professional markets.
Founded in 1981, SmartPros is an industry leader in the field of accredited professional education and corporate training. Its products and services are primarily focused in the accredited professional areas of corporate accounting, financial management, public accounting, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, financial services training, banking, engineering, legal, and ethics and compliance. Visit http://www.SmartPros.com.
About XBRM: Extreme Behavioral Risk Management (XBRM), a division of AllSector Technology Group, Inc. is a crisis management consulting practice specializing in the human factor in disaster and emergency preparedness. This includes responding to economic and financial turmoil, workplace violence, terrorism, and other crisis situations. XBRM helps prepare an organization's decision‐makers, employees, and first responders by providing education, training, resources, and software products to accurately address emotional and behavioral responses across all phases of emergency management.
Steven Crimando is an expert who provides high level support to organizations including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Public Health Service, and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
For more information, visit http://www.xbrm.com.