Government employees who travel or work remotely are exposed to a myriad of potential risks and challenges. While other countries have established extensive legal obligations for employers to protect traveling employees, federal agencies in the United States have yet to implement comprehensive duty of care policies to ensure employee safety and mitigate risk.
With much of the federal workforce engaging in some sort of business travel or remote work, organizations may benefit from implementing robust logistical and safety protocols to better to support their employees.
In an effort to learn more about federal employees’ experiences with travel safety and agency travel management, Government Business Council (GBC) and Concur undertook an in-depth research study.
Download the full report for considerations on how to implement and enhance federal duty of care programs.