Ebola. Terrorism. H1N1. Civil unrest. SARS. Tsunamis. The Zika Virus. Sound familiar? These are all global issues that have become uncommonly understood terms in the United States. While these are now commonly understood terms, however, understanding how to prevent issues like these from happening is not o commonly understood. In particular, understanding how employers can ...Read more
As companies prepare to restart their corporate travel programs, duty of care is at the forefront of all planning exercises. But as Timothy Manrow put it recently in his Converge blog post, “open for business does not automatically equate to safe for business” – so how can travel and risk management teams ensure the safety ...Read more
Keeping business travelers safe means keeping them informed and connected to their company and duty of care team. A report from BCD Travel’s Research & Innovation team explores ways travel managers can use emerging technologies like chatbots and artificial intelligence to bridge the duty of care gap; anticipate trouble before it happens; and save precious time when ...Read more
BUSINESS TRAVELER OVERVIEW SAFETY AND SECURITYGlobal Business travelers may enjoy the fact that the hotel provides a complimentary breakfast and reliable Wi-Fi, but what they value most is a better sense of security when they travel on behalf on their organizations, according to a joint survey conducted by American Global Business Travel and the Association ...
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Business travel expert Adam Knights explains why duty of care and risk management is relevant to all organisations. Looking after your travelers If your employees have to travel for business of any kind, it’s up to you to ensure their safety as far as possible and communicate to them what to do in the event ...Read more
As of late 2014, the United States faced no Ebola pandemic whatsoever. The odds of catching Ebola in an American workplace remained statistically zero. Only a handful of Ebola cases had made their way to the United States, and a few hospitals aside, every American workplace remained Ebola-free. Only two employees had caught Ebola on an American job site—both ...Read more
“Duty of care” is the new buzzword across the travel risk management industry, as corporate travel managers increasingly recognize their central role and responsibility in creating a strong, balanced business travel policy that protects their employees. Though duty of care has existed in common law for a long time, the application of duty of care laws to the ...Read more