Posted in Methods Risk

Podcast 5: Lessons From Paris

On our fifth podcast episode, Jay Campbell and David Jonas chat with travel risk management providers at iJet International and International SOS about client response to…

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Outbreak: Preparing For The Worst

Houston – You’ve got employees at an overseas location during an outbreak of a nasty disease. Local authorities start clamping down. Quarantines set up by…

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Concur’s Risk Service Is ‘Open’ But Hasn’t Attracted Key TRM Providers

As some Concur clients test the new version of its Messenger iOS app, released last month, Concur’s self-described “open” approach to integrating with travel risk management firms already…

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Study Shows ROI On Travel Illness Prevention Programs

When moral or legal obligations aren’t enough, proving the ROI of risk management isn’t easy. A new study offers travel pros some data to make the case for a “return…

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Pre-Trip Approval And The Value Of Red Tape

Pre-trip approval for many organizations is a necessary evil. It’s bureaucratic by nature. It may be the antithesis of the traveler-centric approach that’s all the rage…

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More Duty Of Care Laws Coming

Duty of care is a top priority for travel managers, and doing it right means complying with all local rules where employees travel. Legislation and…

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