Posted in Policy Risk

Travel Managers Consider Company Role In Employee Vaccinations

Covid-19 vaccinations are underway, and the light from the end of the tunnel is around the corner. Between here and there lies much work for…

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Posted in Risk

One 18-Hour Flight, Four Coronavirus Infections

Benedict Carey is a science reporter with The New York Times. His article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We…

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Posted in Risk Suppliers

Aiming To Check More Boxes, Players Remake Risk Management Landscape

Employee safety is paramount for organizations. Because travel is a big part, providers involved in risk, security and mass communications in recent years added travel…

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Posted in Productivity Risk Service

What Will It Take To Get On The Road Again?

Pundits are kicking around when and whether business travel will recover, but the pivotal question is how. It’s all about cooperation. Teamwork has had mixed…

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Airlines Anticipate Promise, Entanglements Of Vaccinations (Audio)

Qantas last month sparked controversy when it said it would require inbound and outbound international passengers to prove they were vaccinated against Covid-19. Boycott threats…

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The Newest Hotel Amenity? Virus-Scrubbed Air

Hotels, and even some cruise ships, are installing state-of-the-art filtration systems that claim to tackle the coronavirus where it is believed to be the most…

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Posted in Careers Productivity

The Pandemic Is Widening A Corporate Productivity Gap

Eric Garton and Michael Mankins are partners at Bain & Company and leaders in the firm’s Organization practice. Their article is republished here with permission…

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