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Share Your Thoughts on International Extended Business Travel 04.18.2018 | Morgan Wiedmann

Share Your Thoughts on International Extended Business Travel

As companies continue to respond to business needs around the world, extended business travel (EBT) is becoming more common. At the same time, the regulations around immigration and tax make it more difficult to navigate than ever.

Employees are encountering challenges in crossing borders and countries are scrutinizing individual activities that trigger taxes owed to the government. The risks are becoming more imminent and the window to develop a program is getting smaller.

However, many companies have not formalized a process to evaluate the risk in sending employees on international business travel.

To uncover common practices of companies with international Extended Business Travelers, we are conducting a survey which will provide critical information for companies that want to develop a formal approach to this growing mobile population.

This survey is open only to corporate mobility professionals globally and is quick to complete.

Please skip any questions that you cannot answer and feel free to forward this survey to colleagues who may be better able to answer questions.

To complete our survey please visit: http://go.pardot.com/l/418752/2018-04-12/fcjczt

This survey will close on May 1, 2018, we look forward to sharing the results with you.

By participating you will get an early copy of our results, so you can leverage peer input to assess your risk tolerance, build a case within your organization to develop a program and take the steps needed to increase compliance.

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Written by Morgan Wiedmann

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Morgan Wiedmann is the Content Specialist in Weichert’s Marketing group. Leveraging over five years of experience in writing and marketing, she develops content for the company’s website and social media channels as well as for client and colleague communications. Morgan graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Journalism from Suffolk University in Boston.

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