You’ve heard the term “Break a Leg” referring to wishing a person good luck. It’s a theatrical term based on the superstition that actually wishing anyone bad luck will bring them good luck. In America, when wishing someone farewell, most people go with the standard “have a safe trip.” Continue reading

Hospitality is serious business for premier hotels and resorts around the world. Whether guests visit for work or pleasure, top hotels ensure their every need is cared for. Need concierge to provide a wakeup call and coffee service by 6am? Simple. Continue reading

For international business travelers, checking in with the home office can feel like another chore to check off of the list. A VIP may appreciate a company’s duty to be concerned about their welfare when flying abroad, but the constant demands to check in and confirm their safety can be bothersome. Continue reading

As one of the premier providers of employee travel security services, GlobalSecur is privy to the problems that may (or may not occur) when employee dine out, especially alone.  Continue reading

One of the most frustrating issues for an HR director may be trying to help a CEO with an executive travel security plan before they fly out. Continue reading

VIP’s can get weary of being fussed over. Their staff and supporters may want them to be happy and go out of the way to ensure all an executive’s comforts are met. Booking first-class seats and five-star hotels for senior managers travelling overseas on business can be common. Continue reading

Sometimes we put too much trust in our personal ability to navigate things “on the fly.” For instance, have you ever experienced that moment where your car was lost in a large parking lot? Continue reading

We work with many business, corporate, and executive-level travelers as well as their HR departments (or whoever in the company is responsible for coordinating international travel, including international travel security). Here’s a question that we encounter frequently: isn’t it “safer” to travel to a city in a developed country like the United Kingdom or Germany vs. a city in a developing country like Mexico, Saudi Arabia, or China? Continue reading

Just about every company has an employee travel policy. And every business traveler understands they must abide by the routine requirements. Starting at the airport, a series of security measures are taken to ensure everyone’s safety. Passengers are checked and processed all the way to their seat on the plane. Continue reading

Employee privacy is a serious issue for HR managers. Managing the security of sensitive employee records is a full time job. Companies owe their staff the proper care of personal information both legally and morally. Continue reading