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Duty of care: Protecting traveling employees

Business travel and international operations are part of every multinational corporation’s daily operations. The Global Business Travel Association estimates $1.3 trillion was spent on business travel in 2016 and is estimating an increase of 6.1 percent in 2018. Business travel can be as simple as an employee crossing the street to meet a client or as complex as flying across the globe to negotiate a deal. The global nature of business in today’s world creates additional risk for every organization. The health, safety and security risks of traveling employees are easy to underestimate and overlook. With the implementation of duty of care laws around the world, multinational corporations should carefully develop and analyze their travel programs to be sure they fulfill their duty of care for all employees.

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