The destruction wreaked by Hurricane Harvey on Houston and greater southeastTexas will close businesses for an undetermined amount of time andpotentially leave out of work tens of thousands of people stuck inshelters or grappling with flooded homes.

In the early days after a major natural disaster — at leastweeks of recovery — what should employers consider about pay andwork obligations they can take to avoid long-term repercussions forfailing to protect employees?

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