Federal employees who travel or work remotely are exposed to a host of potential risks and challenges, and while other countries have established legal obligations for employers to ensure safety, federal agencies in the United States have yet to implement comprehensive duty of care policies to protect employees and mitigate risk. GBC's recent survey of 431 federal employees helps shed light on how agencies can continue to improve their travel safety protocols.
Read this GBC Insight Report to learn:
- The most common threats and disruptions federal employees face while traveling
- How employees feel about agency safety and emergency protocols
- What organizations can do to diversify the resources provided to traveling employees