Further details on the upcoming International SOS and CAPA – Centre for Aviation webinar on “bleisure” have been released, including who will be present to discuss this important topic.
Just over a month ago, it was announced that the two organisations would be collaborating on a new study based on the trending shift toward a more fluid work-life balance. Both are determined to understand bleisure travel trends in Australasia and where the responsibility for safety and insurance lies.
A survey was conducted with the findings to be discussed by a panel of industry experts in a webinar scheduled for 27-Mar-2018. While the focus will be on Australasia, the results will be relevant to businesses across the globe as new travel trends are identified.
The Survey Questions
- What type of employee is most likely to add leisure travel to a business trip?
- What type of leisure trip are they most likely to take?
- Who is responsible for the leisure portion of business travel?
- Does your travel policy cover/allow for leisure travel attached to business?
- How long would it take for you to make contact with a traveller once the business portion of their trip was over?
- If yes, is the risk rating of the leisure travel destination a factor in the approval of adding leisure travel to a business trip?
- Does your insurance policy cover leisure travel?
- Do you require staff members to take out their own private insurance if they add a leisure component?
We can now reveal the industry experts set to discuss this important topic:
Moderator: Peter Harbison, Executive Chairman at CAPA – Centre for Aviation
- Tim Ainsworth – Partner at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
- Tracey Moore – Group Category Manager – Travel, Expense & Events, Group Procurement, Group Operations and Services at ANZ Bank
- Sally Napper – Regional Security Director at International SOS
- Kelvin Wu – Group Senior Manager, Risk Management & Insurance at International SOS
To register for the webinar visit: http://learn.internationalsos.com/Bleisure_Travel_Webinar_Registration_Page