Traveling Internationally for Work? Two Words: ‘Be Cautious’

If you travel for business or have employees who frequently travel, you know flying outside the U.S. provides opportunities to engage with other cultures and meet clients face to face. However, it’s no secret the ever-changing political climate can make things tricky. Now, I realize it’s unrealistic to predict every dangerous situation abroad, but simply being aware of and using preventive measures to detect risk can ensure you’re sending your employees off with applicable tools in hand. How can … [Read more...]

Over the River and Through the Woods…

It’s a busy time of year for travel…whether through the woods to Grandma’s house you go…or on a jet plane to another country to see family. And while I know this blog doesn’t apply to your average holiday travel, it did get me thinking about the many, many employees who travel all the year through for work. Here’s a scenario I want you to think about. Let’s just say one of your employees travels outside the U.S. to Paris, France, for an extended work stay. December is one of the coldest months … [Read more...]

Over the River and Through the Woods…

It’s a busy time of year for travel…whether through the woods to Grandma’s house you go…or on a jet plane to another country to see family. And while I know this blog doesn’t apply to your average holiday travel, it did get me thinking about the many, many employees who travel all the year through for work. Here’s a scenario I want you to think about. Let’s just say one of your employees travels outside the U.S. to Paris, France, for an extended work stay. December is one of the coldest months … [Read more...]

Over the River and Through the Woods…

It’s a busy time of year for travel…whether through the woods to Grandma’s house you go…or on a jet plane to another country to see family. And while I know this blog doesn’t apply to your average holiday travel, it did get me thinking about the many, many employees who travel all the year through for work. Here’s a scenario I want you to think about. Let’s just say one of your employees travels outside the U.S. to Paris, France, for an extended work stay. December is one of the coldest months … [Read more...]