Don’t Let a Medical Bump in the Road Ruin Your Spring Break Trip

Think about this for the moment. Spring Break is approaching, and you have an amazing trip planned to another country. You’ve even thought about critical “before you leave” tasks, like contacting your debit/credit card company to let them know you’ll be out of the country, carrying two passport photos with you in case you need to get a new passport, arranging for a multinational calling plan on your mobile phone, etc. Sun and fun is around the corner. But wait…in all of your preparation, there’s … [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...]

What Color Category are You in When You Travel?

Planning a business trip outside of the U.S. anytime soon? If so, you’re probably thinking of the normal things any traveler would…what should you pack, do you have your passport, what work necessities should you bring, will you check luggage, etc. What you may not be thinking about are the potential issues you might face. Traveling to another country for business can put executives in questionable — and sometimes dangerous — situations. Unfamiliar surroundings, unique modes of transportation, … [Read more...]