If a large percentage of your workforce called in sick due to a health emergency how would it affect your operations?
Unexpected emergencies such as sudden widespread illness or natural disasters can impact a business’ ability to provide a timely and professional service to its customer base. In 2009, the World Health Organization declared the spread of the H1N1 influenza virus a pandemic. With threats to business continuity literally being transmitted in the air we breathe, MADI is dedicated to providing your company with temporary emergency staffing services.
Since the early 1990’s, MADI has continually evolved our ability to rapidly and reliably offer business continuity planning and temporary replacement staffing services for clients facing potential labor dispute situations. When it comes to other staffing emergencies, such as H1N1 outbreaks, MADI can provide the same professional support to your company. To accommodate the needs of businesses affected by a health crisis such as H1N1 outbreaks, MADI is prepared to immediately provide experienced and professional personnel staffing to virtually all industries, including:
– In emergencies such as an H1N1 pandemic, MADI provides temporary staffing from our internally managed database of employees; all of whom are paid under MADI’s payroll and covered by our insurance benefits.
–In order to provide the most effective emergency response when staffing for H1N1 outbreaks, natural disasters, and labor disputes, we assign employees with the experience, skills, and necessary licenses and/or certifications to fulfill your company’s specific job requirements.
– All of our replacement workers are closely supervised by our professional and highly experienced managers; transported to and from your facility for each shift as a team.
– MADI has a zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy; 24-7.
It is important to prepare before a crisis occurs, so in the event an emergency such as an H1N1 outbreak impacts your community, your business will remain fully operational.
MADI can provide industry specific temporary labor to your company within 24 to 72 hours. MADI will provide skilled, experienced and disciplined personnel who will ensure the successful continuation of your business operations by countering the negative effects of an H1N1 outbreak, or any sudden employee shortage, in your workforce. For further reference, please visit the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and the WHO (World Health Organization) websites.