After an extremely cold winter season, spring is beginning to make an appearance. A fair amount of employees have spent the last four months shoveling cars out of the snow at 5 am to get to work by 8. The cold weather has taken a toll and has probably intensified “cabin fever.”
Executive Travel Security
The United States and Europe are both considered the “Western World,” but there are definitely distinct differences between the two. Many Americans tend to work fifty hours a week or more. Very few Europeans work over forty hours a week.
Electronic Surveillance is all over the news today. Not just with respect to the Trump administration and alleged meetings between key campaign officials and the Russians, but also in respect to the general business world. In business, an iPhone isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity.
The world of corporate espionage is big business for bad guys these days. As soon as a company seems to have a handle on cyber security, hackers get creative and come up with a new plan. Not only do corporate leaders have to stay aware of new threats, but each tier in the employee hierarchy […]
If you want to see a great example of safety, look at any professional construction site. They take every precaution to alert people of danger zones and safe zones. If a new building is rising, executives might visit the location to review the progress.