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With the rapid growth of business travellers and expatriates, many organisations are finding it challenging to manage the travel safety, health and security of their workers. The growth also changes the diverse composition of a mobile workforce and the risks associated.
Sexual orientation goes beyond travel policies and programmes. It is an organisation’s Duty of Care to adequately prepare its workforce for foreseeable medical and travel security risks, including the specific risks faced by its mobile LGBTQ people.
Mental health in the workplace, and particularly the stress that international travel puts on employees, is a key risk to the workforce. Dr Rachel Lewis reveals the biggest challenges.
In a new study aimed at understanding the behavioural changes directly related to business trips, indicated that half of business travellers acknowledge that their stress, depression and anxiety are heightened. Learn how to support your mobile workforce.
Life as a mobile worker can bring unforeseen stress and strain. Dealing with the complexity of business travel or life abroad can impact your mobile workforce's health and wellbeing. Discover the world’s first emotional support service for a mobile workforce.