A deployment plan, along with careful preparation, employee involvement and training, arranging for good financial management, and trust in the persons running your business, are the tools you will need to successfully to sustain your business during long-term absences.
It is imperative that you have prepared your deployment plan before you ever receive orders that you will be deployed. Because the steps to hand over your business to someone else take time, it is imperative that you are organized and have an action plan in place so that you can begin implementing it as soon as you find out.
It is important to remember to always work with your legal and financial advisors to ensure that your plans are not only the best possible for your unique business, but that they comply with all laws and regulations that are applicable to your business.
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