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Where in the World? (DOC)

Risks are out there so it pays to know where your travelers are
It’s a sign of the times that duty of care for traveling employees has risen to the top of many corporate priority lists. As a consequence, the travel manager’s scope of responsibilities has widened to include such matters as risk planning, emergency response and traveler tracking.

The issues of who should keep tabs on travelers and how it should be done are questions many travel manager are grappling with. BTE Think Tank members Chris Brockman, Manager – Travel, Events and Marketing, TriNet, and Cheryl Benjamin, Travel Services Manager, Dart Container Corporation, share their outlook.

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Chris:
In today’s volatile world, duty of care is an essential part of travel management. Whether corporate travelers are flying across the globe or simply driving a couple of hours from their office, corporations have an obligation to ensure their employees are safe.

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