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Expat Depression: Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms

Stressful life events, and the multiple stressful events encountered by the modern expatriate global worker can result in depression. Depression is a real concern in the workplace, because it is triggered by the high levels of stress often encountered by the modern worker, impacts performance, and correlates with a high risk of suicide. Moreover, depression has been observed to be one of the most common psychological problems among expatriates.

Coping with the Fear of Flying

Air travel has become a routine part of modern life and is one of the safest modes of transportation. However, fear of flying is a growing phenomenon with which many people have to learn to cope regardless, due to job requirements or family needs. The growing number of people exhibiting fear of flying has been attributed to the increasing number of people flying and the increasing perception of security and health concerns associated with air travel.
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How Much Crisis Planning is Enough?

 Long ago, I was given some sage advice prior to briefing proposed Crisis Planning improvements to the executive team. My boss said, Remember Mike, whatever you're talking about, you're talking about money. This truism is an unrelenting one. In tandem with day-to-day operational constraints and limitations, the threat of an event evolving into a crisis consistently challenges an organization's management team to walk a tight rope between adequate mitigation efforts and fiscal need.

Drug Trafficking Landscape in Mexico: Looking Ahead to 2017

As a follow on to our August 17th Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) in Mexico security preparedness webinar, we'll explore the rivalry between two of Mexico's most powerful DTOs and provide a forward-looking analysis of how the drug trafficking landscape might change over the next year. 

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