Venturing Abroad? Your Liability Policy May Not Cover You

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There may be the occasion when you have to send executives or a team overseas for work. And depending on the destination, the risks will vary – more in some countries and less in others. Other factors that come into play include the number and age of your staff working overseas and what type of activities they will engage in when they are on their work assignment. First off, your current liability insurance may cover the basics if your staff are there on a short-term assignment. For example, if one of them injures someone while driving a car in the…
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Protect Your Traveling Employees Through Planning, Training

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If you have employees who travel as part of their job, your business has a duty to safeguard them when on the road. When on the road both domestically and abroad, accidents and other unforeseen events can occur that can put your employee at risk … from a bush crash in a Madrid to coming down with severe gastrointestinal pains in Mumbai. Meanwhile, political risk is increasing daily, and so is the threat of terrorism, as evidenced by the spate of incidents in Paris, Brussels and San Bernardino. The duty of care is on the part of the employer that…
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