source Crises take many forms. Sometimes they evolve over time, allowing organizations to develop a communications strategy in advance. At other times, they happen abruptly and organizations are expected to communicate immediately. Whatever the crisis, communications can sometimes determine whether your organization will survive – and even thrive – when the media turn their attention elsewhere.
http://technologyinnovationinsights.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/\ Paynter Communications has helped organizations communicate effectively through a variety of high-stakes situations, including:
- Workplace accidents (some fatal), chemical releases, fires and explosions
- Reductions in workforce including facility closings and reductions resulting from restructurings, mergers and acquisitions
- Unethical or criminal employee behavior, sometimes at the top of the organization, including embezzlement, patient abuse in healthcare settings, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct against minors
- Product recalls and consumer complaints
- Organized labor disputes, including walkouts and strikes
- Boycotts, public demonstrations and civil disturbances
- Sudden, unplanned leadership changes
- Regulatory issues and investigations, including Department of Justice investigations, OSHA and EPA citations
- Litigation, including intellectual property disputes, accusations of sexual harassment and breach of contract
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