What is Duty of Care when it comes to business travel?

Watch our short video with Business Development Manager, Melissa, as she explains what duty of care means and why it’s important.

 

How do you fulfil your duty of care when it comes to corporate travel management?

When it comes to corporate travel, an organisation owes a duty of care to its employees. This refers to a moral and legal obligation of a business to ensure the well-being of its employees while travelling. When selecting your travel management company (TMC), consider these factors:

Traveller Tracking

This is one of the most important services a TMC can provide. Knowing exactly where your travellers are is crucial in the event of an emergency such as a natural disaster or civil unrest.

Travel Alerts

Keep all of your travellers in the loop when they’re out  of office with notifications. The right TMC can help you organise these alerts either through social media or the booking platform itself.

Around the Clock Availability

The best TMCs should you you around the clock support for your business travellers. In the event of an incident, your TMCshould be there to help you take appropriate action and book other arrangements.

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About the Author:

Rachael is Click Travel’s PR and Content Marketing Executive and is responsible for all of our digital and print content, packaging up and presenting the wealth of expertise at Click in a way that works for you.