[DEFINITION] Duty of care in under 100 words - Click Travel

In business travel, the term duty of care refers to the moral and legal obligation that an organisation has to their employees in maintaining their well-being, security and safety when travelling for work.

In addition to this, duty of care can also refer to a broad culture within an organisation which addresses the health, safety, security and well-being of their employees and other related collaborators to the business. To do so, they are expected to develop and deploy appropriate travel risk management approaches to protect people from possible harm.

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