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Amidst the uncertainty, COVID-19 has created obvious challenges for business travellers, and international assignees. However, domestic employees, now more than ever, require specialised health and safety support. Our experts share the four lasting trends here to stay.
Our new visualisation, the International SOS COVID-19 Cycle, highlights the potential cyclical nature of COVID-19 transmission. The dynamic nature of transmission levels will continue to challenge organisations in managing their business resilience.
International SOS has been supporting thousands of organisations and their people to combat the COVID-19 pandemic together. The purpose of this illustration is to highlight the quick changes organisations have or should be making to their risk management strategies.
With the rapid growth of business travellers and expatriates, many organisations are finding it challenging to manage the travel safety, health and security of their workers. The growth also changes the diverse composition of a mobile workforce and the risks associated.