International SOS

Safe travel and new expectations: how are travel programmes evolving?

COVID-19 has changed the needs of corporates and their travellers, both during and post pandemic, but how are TMC’s meeting new expectations, and at what

‘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,

The Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped the world leaving lasting global security implications and new potential mental health hurdles for organised travel

The Covid-19 pandemic that struck the world in 2020 has reshaped it, affecting the way we work, travel and interact with our peers. And it

Heightened security threats, civil unrest and geopolitical instability set to be the top disruptors to the mobile workforce in 2020

Life as a mobile worker can bring unforeseen stress and strain. When on a business trip or deployed in a foreign country, people may be

The Hong Kong outlook – can we expect a further escalation in action or will there be a loss of momentum?

Last month, The Blue Swan Daily highlighted research that showed how much of an impact the wave of demonstrations against the controversial extradition bill in

Travel risk is not just about destination danger; management is out of step with the needs of the modern workforce

Almost half of decision makers believe that travel risks have grown this year and will increase again next year, according to new research from International SOS

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