InGenesis specializes in organizational support of their disaster readiness programs. This includes labor management during times of crisis, recovery and overall consultation including consultation on disaster preparedness and plan execution. Our organization is built to follow the sun and the moon, 24/7/365.
As you will read below, disaster preparation is not only a specialty at InGenesis, it is an area of practical experience. We all know that the importance of preparing ourselves for disasters is universal. Emergencies can happen anywhere and everyone must take action. Aligning with a workforce management company that has experience, expertise and a respectful understanding of crisis is a key step in overcoming the unexpected.
Business Continuity after a New Year’s Eve Fire and The Two-Year Disaster Recovery
[Full story scheduled for publication Q4, 2018. Click to be the first alerted when the article, written by Dr. Veronica Muzquiz Edwards and Annette Craven, Ph.D, CPA. is available.]
InGenesis audited financials reflect an 18-year track record of rapid growth due in part to their continued service diversification, human resource acumen, management expertise, investment in information technology and operational efficiencies which are supported by sustainable, scalable and repeatable policies. Respectively, the growth trajectory from 2008 to their 2014 consolidated revenues represented 795% growth. The future was bright as the companies EBITA grew stronger, global branding was on the rise after being recognized repeatedly by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the largest Staffing Firms in North America and the value of new client contracts awarded exceeded $1.5 billion.
On New Year’s Eve, the San Antonio-based headquarters was evacuated after a six-alarm fire engulfed the building with dark plumes of smoke. Although six employees were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation, the staff all safely celebrated New Year’s while management followed the disaster preparedness plan approved two weeks earlier by the Joint Commission. Indeed, 2015 and 2016 proved to be transformational years of rebuilding infrastructure, securing capital investments and leading change management. The resilient, innovative InGenesis leadership team successfully managed the challenges during a period of exponential growth while in the midst of disaster recovery. To fully appreciate the disaster recovery journey it is important to understand the five critical areas attributed to their continuity of services.