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March 2018
Providing Duty of Care for a Globally Mobile Workforce
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"Whilst an increased movement of the workforce around the globe is essential for strategic growth, this rise in global mobility brings with it inherent risks to both the individual and the organisation. From political or civil unrest, natural disasters, exposure to disease… to simply being caught off-guard in unfamiliar locations, employees can find themselves encountering a wide range of scenarios out of their control.

Although duty of care may be engrained in many organisations’ policies and processes for dealing with risks in the workplace, this becomes far more complex when that workplace could literally be anywhere in the world. So how do you ensure that you’re providing adequate duty of care for those under your global care remit?"
HRG Consulting - Invest in preventative wellbeing
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Biometric Facial Recognition Boarding Changing Airport Experience
"The biometric facial recognition trial at Boston Logan International Airport has proven so successful and popular that US Customs and Border Protection is actively exploring how widely facial recognition can be used at airports, a senior CBP official said."'s ConvergeBlog
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Two-Thirds of U.S. Commuter Railroads May Not Meet Crash Technology Deadline
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Traveling With Medication? Here's How to Keep Within the Law
iJET - Integrated Risk Management
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