As countries come out of COVID-19 lockdown and reopen their borders, many companies are contemplating when—and how—their employees may be able to start travelling for business again.
Business travel can present risk and uncertainty at the best of times, let alone a time when the world continues to battle the pandemic and potential dangers posed by a spectrum of issues from civil and political unrest around the globe, to natural disasters and petty crime. It’s more important than ever for companies to put steps in place to ensure employee safety and wellbeing when they travel.
Protect your employees and your company by evaluating the risks, proceeding with caution, and planning with care. Consider these five steps as business travel resumes.
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