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Managing business traveller risk

Managing business traveller risk

This animation illustrates some of the ways that businesses may inadvertently create a ​corporate tax, employment tax and immigration risk​​​​ and highlights the need to be pro-active in managing these ​issue​s​.

Unlocking the power of data to track and manage business traveller risks

In an increasingly connected world, business travel is essential for companies to maintain and expand their global footprint. So it's no surprise that according to the Global Business Travel Association, in 2016 worldwide organisations spent US$1.3 trillion (approx £1 trillion) on business travel. However, together with great opportunities, this can equally be problematic for companies, as authorities are increasingly scrutinising the activities of mobile workers.

The first steps to tracking UK short-term business visitors

Short-term business visitors (STBVs) have become a big story in the world of mobility. It’s clear that the nature of global mobility is rapidly shifting, and that short-term business travel, as much as long-term overseas assignments, are becoming the norm. Read more in this PwC blog by Ben Wilkins, a Partner in our People and Organisations practice.

Managing mobility in a world reshaped by BEPS

We wanted to understand better how organisations are tackling the challenges of global mobility and managing the risks posed by the BEPS recommendations; our survey of informal mobility management completed by 224 companies in 26 countries suggests that there’s still important work to be done.

Gathering STBV data: It’s all about quality

We’ve written recently about the importance of tracking your short-term business visitors (STBVs). But when it comes to the practicalities, that’s easier said than done. At our recent Business Traveller event, we spent a lot of time discussing how gathering data works in practice, and heard from companies that were at a range of stages in implementing STBV risk managed approaches.