In an effort to elevate the reach of our thought leadership to a more digitally and socially relevant space, we’ve migrated our Dialogues on Duty of Care blog to a LinkedIn group.
The number of U.S. students studying abroad has more than doubled in the last 15 years. In the world we live and work in, that number does not come as a surprise. Read full blog post
This summer, there have been two illnesses in the news that aren’t often thought of in the United States – Cyclosporiasis and Chikungunya. These are both are considered tropical diseases, one spread by a parasite and another by the lowly mosquito. Read full blog post
Following the rapid descent into Civil War in South Sudan in December 2013, we were yet again reminded how the operating environments where we work can shift. Staff in the field and at headquarters had to work swiftly to dust off plans, relocate staff and gather information in the midst of chaos. Read full blog post
Businesses can get a head start on complying with the new health and safety laws expected to come into effect in New Zealand later this year. Read full blog post
Recent natural disasters are fresh in everyone’s mind: from the earthquake in Nepal this spring to the flooding in Texas just last week. During a webinar in May 27, we asked travel managers, security directors, HR and others about their disaster preparedness. Read full blog post
In recent days, MERS-CoV ((Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) has moved back into the headlines after a Korean man visited four Middle Eastern countries and then flew back home. Read full blog post
Natural disasters and climate-related catastrophes affect an estimated 231 million people worldwide, according to . And we’ve seen all too many in recent years – the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, earthquake and nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011, cyclone in the Philippines in 2013 and the recent earthquake in Nepal. We see smaller storm events across the Pacific and Caribbean each year. Register here Read full blog post