While marriage equality is now a reality in the U.S., many countries criminalize same-sex relationships and some states do not have laws that prohibit discrimination. Experts say LGBTQ business travelers should prepare themselves with information when traveling to another country. Pictured are demonstrators outside the Supreme Court in 2015. Jose Luis Magana / Associated Press
Skift Take: Companies are providing more information to help employees make educated decisions about business travel to countries that criminalize same-sex relationships. Travel managers must make such guidance available to everyone — and companies should have an advocate or employee resource group in place to support travelers with concerns.
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