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In an increasingly globalized world, business travel is essential for employees in different countries to meet face to face, establish trust and collaborate toward shared goals. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s a frightening prospect: one of your top employees is on an important business trip thousands of miles from home, and something goes terribly wrong. He gets clipped by a bus on the streets of Mexico City, or she contracts a debilitating virus in New Delhi just hours before a scheduled presentation. Employees on the road can also be sidelined by less severe but more frequent problems, such as breaking a leg, getting the flu or diarrhea, getting into an accident, or falling victim to theft.

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