Travel managers have a number of considerations to address before they can re-open their travel programs, chief among them: traveler safety. Keeping up with the evolving safety protocols from airlines, hotels, and other suppliers, along with country and even state quarantine requirements which are constantly in flux, is a Herculean effort.

Adding to that confusion, new data privacy laws and the sudden importance of an employee’s health concerns to their work environment introduce new wrinkles a travel team has to contend with.

This intersection of duty of care and data privacy now falls squarely into the realm of corporate travel management -- not just your security, risk management, or legal team.

In this webinar, we discuss:
  • Duty of care and data privacy: how do they intersect
  • When should duty of care support begin and end
  • A different, more holistic approach to duty of care
  • How should companies balance potentially sensitive health data with duty of care needs
  • What legal obligations do companies have regarding duty of care
Panelists include:
  • Sterling Miller, Three-Time General Counsel, author, keynote speaker - currently Senior Counsel at Hilgers Graben PLLC
  • Bruce McIndoe, President & Founder of WorldAware


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