Duty of Care

Business travel recovery will vary by sector and geography, but diversification, digitisation and duty of care will be key drivers at global level

It has been a challenging year for the travel industry and that has been felt no harder in the corporate travel sector where business travel

‘The balance of trust and expectation for employees may suddenly have shifted’ – mental health and duty of care in a COVID-impacted world

Companies have a moral and legal obligation to protect employees. In the office, this means maintaining a safe work environment and offering the necessary equipment,

Into the unknown – flying is ‘no longer about the price, leg room or baggage allowance’

Like that first day in a new job, there will be a degree of apprehension when we return to flying. Things will be different and

Delivering on duty of care – the coronavirus crisis means one of the biggest topics in business travel right now is travel risk management

There remains a state of uncertainty in the world right now. In many countries the first steps after lockdowns have been very tentative and concern

New research reveals when corporates expect to resume travel and those in the mining and construction sectors will lead the way

The majority of organisations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first

Traveller duty of care: nearly half of all countries or territories in the world have no protections in place for members of the LGBT+ communities

As travel restrictions are reduced and an increasing number of airlines resume operations businesses are looking more closely at their duty of care obligations to

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