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Posted February 2, 2012

How Vital Is A Managed Travel Program To Corporate Responsibility?

The tragedy caused by carbon monoxide that occurred this week at a Holiday Inn Express in South Charleston, West Virginia, in which one person died and eight others were sent to the hospital, reminds us again of the significance of duty of care for our corporate customers. Read More »
Posted September 23, 2011

New StarCite Poll: 63% Lack Duty of Care Plan

On Thursday, September 15th, I moderated and presented in a webinar about creating and implementing a Global Duty of Care plan. It was our second webinar in a series about Global Duty of Care, and, once again, like during the first webinar, I have some very revealing statistics on the poll questions that we asked.First, though, just in case you missed both webinars, and you're unfamiliar with the concept of Duty of Care, here's a definition: Duty of Care is a company's obligation to protect empl Read More »
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Posted June 2, 2011

How Far Does The Duty Of Care Extend?

We know that every company has a basic duty to treat traveling employees fairly and to protect them. Protecting means not exposing them to "known or foreseeable harm or risk of harm." An equal duty is imposed on travel management company "agents," even though they are agents appointed, accredited and paid by suppliers. (For agents, overrides continue, although not visibly.) Read More »
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