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Employee Crisis Communication Preparedness Quiz

Natural disasters, fires, criminal activity, and other emergencies happen – sometimes without notice. During a crisis, companies need to communicate quickly to ensure their employees and stakeholders are safe and informed. Is your company prepared?

Imagine your company was faced with an unexpected emergency. The following two-minute quiz is intended to help you think through what you would do and if your current processes are sufficient to ensure employee safety.

Unless you answered “A” for each of the questions above, your crisis communication plan and implementation could be stronger. A robust, clear, and multi-channel crisis communication system allows you to be prepared for an emergency. We can help you get on the right track. Pocketstop’s Mass Communication System helps companies communicate effectively with their stakeholders, internal audiences and employees.

Our clients often reach out to us with success stories. They tell us that we make crisis communications as low-stress as possible. For example, our Houston, Texas, clients let us know that Pocketstop kept their employees safe and informed during Hurricane Harvey.

See RedFlag in Action

Watch the two-minute demo video to see how RedFlag can help you reach your employees in 30 seconds or less.

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About Daniel Wagstaff

Daniel defines the strategic direction of Pocketstop while identifying and managing key business opportunities. Responsible for delivering on the Pocketstop value proposition, he focuses on solving an organization’s largest communications issues by using proven technologies in unique ways. While content may be King, communication is Queen and she wears the pants. Daniel ensures every solution is both simple and efficient and delivers measurable business results. Daniel has 20 years of diverse experience working with clients to ensure their B2B and B2C communication strategy motivates and drives the desired behavior.