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Hurricane Sandy barreled up the East Coast, leaving mass destruction and nearly 8 million without power in its wake. (Alex Brandon/AP Photo)

In light of Hurricane Sandy, employers should take some time to review their plans to protect their employees and businesses in the event that a natural disaster hits. Whether the disaster is a fire, flood, earthquake or some other emergency, all have the potential to greatly impact a business, and employers must be ready.

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