Tailoring your business insurance in Florida to help you recover from a disaster may include taking out business interruption insurance to help your firm get back to work. This form of coverage provides financial protection for ongoing and relocation costs, as well as compensating for lost income. However what about those days and weeks just after the business may be forced to close? What sort of plan should you have ready to put into place?
Communication is the key. Keeping employees aware of what is going on and making sure they are safe and well, and advising them of any relocation plan are critical. A list of contact addresses and telephone numbers will be required to be able to contact workers. Communication is also needed with key suppliers and customers. Again this includes maintaining contact and keeping them informed of developments such as where you are moving to and when you intend to reopen.
Perhaps one of the most telling factors though in determining how soon you are able to reopen your doors is in obtaining the right business insurance in Florida. Let us talk to you about how you can put together an insurance package to suit your needs and help you with compensation should you need to close your doors temporarily.