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Too Many Companies Treat Duty-Of-Care As Afterthought

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Posted on June 5, 2019
A mountain goat looks down at a car traveling along a narrow road. (Creative Commons photo: National Park Service)

A mountain goat looks down at a car traveling along a narrow road. (Creative Commons photo: National Park Service)

Despite obvious risks and despite almost every business journey involving some form of road travel, corporate policies relating to ground transportation remain lacking in many travel programs.

Whether an employee is driving to a meeting across town, choosing a taxi or ridehail or using an authorized transport provider in another time zone, that person's organization has a duty of care to ensure all possible has been done to preserve the employee's safety throughout that journey.

Business Travel News article here

Related LCT article: How To Use Duty Of Care To Gain More Clients

Related Topics: building your clientele, business travel, corporate travel, duty of care, ground transportation, passenger safety, procurement, safety education

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