Free Duty of Care Guide and Checklist
If your employees travel for business of any kind, it’s up to you to do everything you reasonably can to ensure their safety while away on business and communicate to them what to do in the event of an emergency.
However, duty of care is not just about emergencies – someone losing their passport, missing a flight, or leaving their luggage in a taxi. It’s also about those details that can improve your employees’ mental and physical health, like making sure they don’t have to drive after a long-haul flight.
If you need to implement a duty of care policy for your employees, download our free guide which will walk you through the essential steps to protect your travellers and ensure their well-being.
The Challenges of Building an Inclusive Travel Programme
Watch Carolyn Pearson from Maiden Voyage speaking at Meon Valley Travel’s Return To Travel event about inclusivity in business travel safety and duty of care.
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