Do you know how to safeguard your company's business travelers from risk?
Global business operations have historically required a significant amount of travel. Recent challenges have resulted in a seismic shift in the acceptance of virtual alternatives, but face-to-face meetings remain key to building relationships, teams and networking. An obvious solution is therefore to combine virtual assignments with extended business trips.
Developing best practices is only the first step to managing business travelers effectively. Employers also need to stay up to date on a variety of immigration, tax and HR elements.
Download our checklist to learn more about these issues and safeguard your company and employees from risk.
- 6 different areas that could pose significant risks for your company and your business travelers
- The potential impact these risk areas could have on your company
- How you can mitigate these risks