Risk Management Monitor published an article here today about the business travel risks due to Zika during the Olympics this August in Brazil.
This information is important to all those medical tourism facilitators who travel to, or work with medical tourism destinations in Brazil, as well as other countries in South America.
Here are the areas of concern risk managers and business leaders need to think about:
- The risk to employees
- Duty of Care
- If travel is necessary
- Embracing Flexibility
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