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Business travel can be seen as a positive and a negative, depending on the employee, the destination and the reason for the journey. HR professionals need to keep in mind the various ways they can support staff who have to travel, whether domestically or internationally.
9 Apr 2021
The number of business trips to the Middle East has started to rise again, proof that ‘essential’ work-related travel is back. But expert assistance is now needed to navigate the pitfalls.
31 Mar 2021
HR needs to stay on top of the risks that come attached to employees choosing to work from ‘home’ from beyond the UK. Nick Hine explains why.
19 Mar 2021
Over half of UK employees travelled to work last week for the first time since June 2020, according to the Office for National Statistics.
15 Mar 2021
There could be a need for employees to share health credentials once the pandemic recedes. IBM is one of the companies developing secure ‘health passports’.
16 Feb 2021
New trade agreement with India could see more workers from India enter the UK once Covid recedes.
12 Feb 2021
What do you need in your wardrobe if your work takes you to the Middle East? Should HR help employees...
8 Feb 2021
It may not seem a burning issue right now, but there good reasons for firms to meet the needs of LGBT+ employees who need to travel or be resident abroad.
27 Jan 2021
ON DEMAND | From an HR perspective, the end of the Brexit transition period means getting to grips with the new immigration rules...
22 Jan 2021
Changes to rules concerning H-1B visas could increase numbers of foreign specialists while safeguarding US wages.
12 Jan 2021
Employers with UK-based staff who regularly travel to EU nations for work, and vice versa, should consider whether visas are...
7 Dec 2020
Higher proportion of Chinese IT experts given approval for UK visas than any other nation, despite government concerns over 'hostile state actors'.
4 Dec 2020
The transport secretary Grant Shapps has indicated that “high-value business travellers” will be exempt from having to self-isolate when returning...
26 Nov 2020
Risks facing the global workforce have reached their highest level since 2016, with a growing ‘infodemic’ and mental health issues among significant challenges.
20 Nov 2020
Global mobility has been stymied under Donald Trump but the new Biden administration is planning a return to a more talent-friendly approach.