HX Global to showcase Global Travel Risk Management expertise at GBTA 2017


Published Friday, June 16, 2017

HX Global, the US division of Healix International, is looking forward to demonstrating how we can help organizations fulfil their duty of care towards expat and traveling employees at the GBTA Convention 2017 in Boston, MA July 17-19.


undefinedWorking on behalf of multinational corporations, governments, NGOs and insurers, HX Global is relied up to look after the welfare of millions of expatriates, travelers and local nationals in every country of the world, 24 hours a day.

With increasing numbers of employees traveling extensively overseas, often working for long periods of time in unfamiliar environments, an employer’s ‘duty of care’ has become much more complex. Especially where personnel are working in remote or dangerous places where local security and medical facilities may be substandard, ineffective or completely lacking. Employees working in less developed countries may find that the support networks they usually depend on just don’t exist and they may feel vulnerable in countries where levels of crime or terrorism are high and governments are volatile.

Our range of global travel risk management services include:

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Ensuring employees’ health, safety and security when working overseas is key to staff wellbeing and productivity but it is also an issue for business continuity and protection of the company’s brand and reputation.

While we offer our clients the flexibility to mix and match any of our services to suit their own requirements, we can also deliver a complete, integrated, robust and consistent travel risk management program for travelers and expatriates, helping employers to fulfill their duty of care responsibilities toward their global populations.

If you would like to find out how we could help your organization, please email us at sales@healix.com or send us a message via the Contact Us form on the right.

And if you are attending GBTA 2017, please do visit us at Booth 1675.

 



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