When your executives need to travel abroad they may not be fully aware of all the security implications for the country or countries that they are visiting. After all, there is no real reason that they should: they are experts in the products or services that your company provides, not experts in travel security. [Read more…] about Your Executives May Not Fully Understand Travel Security, But We Do
Employee Travel Safety
Now that the US has left the Iran nuclear deal, turmoil is occurring in the Middle East and oil prices are already beginning to rise. You may have employees that are in Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, etc., and be worried about the geopolitical tensions, and you would be right to do so for they are very real. [Read more…] about IMG GlobalSecur Insures Employee Safety While Abroad
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? [Read more…] about International Business Travelers and Security: Different Countries, Different Risks?
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. [Read more…] about Security Show & Tell: IMG GlobalSecur’s Employee Travel Policy and VIP Safety
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. [Read more…] about IMG GlobalSecur Executive Travel Tracking – It Tracks VIPs and Hunts for Security Risks