Failure to properly address the risks associated with business travel compliance can have far-reaching consequences, both financial and non-financial.

In recent years and following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments worldwide have sought to make employers more responsible for ensuring their business travellers remain compliant with immigration, social security, and tax laws. At the same time, they have developed a range of new technical solutions which allow them to capture and analyse large amounts of travel data in real-time leading to easier and more effective enforcement of the regulations. 

In this paper, we explore the importance of business travel compliance with immigration, social security and tax laws. We also analyse the key penalties, risks and mitigation opportunities for each of the critical areas and we outline the cost control benefits of a dedicated business travel compliance solution.

For further information on how Santa Fe Relocation can help you define your business travel programme, contact Peter Graham, Group Director of Visa and Immigration Services

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