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For many companies, the pandemic has irrevocably changed the way in which employees live, work and travel, with some organisations introducing formal – or informal – 'work from anywhere' policies.
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Via Business Travel Europe image: female business traveler standing in an airport while an airplane flies in the background against the sun More Women Than Men Feel Unsafe on Business Trips

For many companies, the pandemic has irrevocably changed the way in which employees live, work and travel, with some organisations introducing formal – or informal – 'work from anywhere' policies. 

These new working patterns are undoubtedly here to stay but it’s important to consider what the risks and challenges of such arrangements are. For example, are digital nomads particularly vulnerable to certain hazards? What kind of responsibility do organisations that offer these policies have regarding remote workers? And what are the contractual, tax and insurance implications?

Questions like these are vital when it comes to understanding how organisations will maintain their duty of care responsibilities, as this field has experienced a shift in thinking in recent years.

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CDC Issues Travel Warning to Mexico After Fungal Meningitis Infections

May 18, 2023 via Travel Pulse
The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a warning to travelers considering medical trips to Mexico after several Americans returned with suspected fungal meningitis infections.

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Business Travel Insurance

May 12, 2023 via Forbes
Most standard travel insurance policies extend to business trips, and will cover lost or stolen baggage, medical bills for injury or illness while away, and trip cancellation due to an emergency such as redundancy or bereavement.

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Via Spice Works image of an airplane made out of binary numbers Five Cyber Security Strategies for Business Travelers

Business travel is on the rise, which means business travelers are accessing sensitive data in areas vulnerable to cyber threats. Kevin Roundy, senior technical director for Norton, explores how business travelers can protect themselves with five cyber safety tips.

Business travel is on the rise, with 71% of US companiesOpens a new window expecting to reach their 2019 level of travel spend by the end of 2024. With increasing travel, however, comes increased cyber risk. Business travelers carry sensitive data and proprietary company information on their devices, and many are accessing this data in public settings vulnerable to cyber threats, like airports or hotels. 

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