Wrongful Detention: Is your organization prepared to support an affected employee’s family?

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This webinar is available exclusively to ASIS CSO Members.

The webinar is designed to highlight how organizations can harness the benefits of family support and other relevant resources to manage a wrongful detention crisis.

When employees are detained by a foreign state, without any due legal process or on spurious charges, their employers face a series of challenges: protecting the welfare of their employee, liaising with all relevant stakeholders and relevant bodies to find a resolution, and not least of all, supporting the employee's family, wherever they are based. All too often the family is forgotten in the process or is regarded as a hindrance but engaging with the families can be empowering for employers and undoubtedly leads to more positive collaboration and overall effectiveness in managing the impact on your organization.

The webinar is designed to highlight how organizations can harness the benefits of family support and other relevant resources to manage a wrongful detention crisis. Through the webinar, you will hear from experts and take time to engage with your peers to help you:

  • Understand the issue of wrongful detention, including the scope of the problem and high-level trends of the issue
  • Recognize the scope of the challenges that your employees and their families face during a wrongful detention
  • Predict and plan for the key issues your employees and their families will face during a wrongful detention
  • Appraise resources available both externally and internally to support your employees and their families during and after a wrongful detention

Speakers:

Liz Frank, Executive Director, Hostage US

Lara Symons, Chief Executive, Hostage International

Nicola White, Director of Special Risks Analysis, Control Risks

(Moderator) Cris Bohanski, Director, Global Safety & Security, Orbis International

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