An International SOS Foundation study of international business travelers' health and wellness uncovered some new points, according to researchers. One was that few companies accounted for vulnerabilities among employees with pre-existing psychological conditions. Another was about risk-taking. When travelers are out and about, they're more likely to do things they would not normally.

International SOS in late 2017 interviewed stakeholders at eight clients. They reported that employees on a business trip "felt they had anonymity and a lack of responsibility."

Affinity Health at Work, a consultancy, and Kingston University London cooperated on the research . . .

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