high-risk travel

Keeping Employees Safe in High Risk Locations

Keeping their global business travelers and assignees safe when visiting high-risk travel locations has become much harder for companies than it once was. Not only are employees traveling more to high-risk locations, but more locations (including the U.S.) are considered high risk. To help protect employees in these areas, and to minimize corporate liability, companies are increasingly advised to heed their duty of care obligations. However, unlike other regulatory measures designed to keep employees safe, “duty of care” can be tough to figure out. This white paper explains how, with proven strategies for assessing and mitigating organizational risk.