Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – With more women traveling for work, experts say it’s important that they not only know about where they are going, but that they know what kind of a traveler they are in order to protect themselves.
While there aren’t many statistics regarding whether or not women are at risk while traveling, anecdotal evidence shows there’s reason to be concerned from a workers’ compensation point of view.
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