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Worldwide Mobility Support

Orion’s people is its’ greatest asset and worker welfare management is an area that Orion does not compromise on.  Today, Orion manages over 4000 contactors through our international network of office across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific.

Many of Orion workers are on international assignment and we provide them with a range of benefits including travel insurance, pre-mobilisation medical, travel and accommodation booking assistance, emergency medical care and repatriation, visa and permit support, orientation, meet and greet, life and permanent disability assurance.

Given Orion’s focus on safety and security, clients should note that Orion retain access to professional security advice, travel updates, medical counsel and safety alerts.  Given the criticality of welfare management, we provide medical repatriation care and maintain a 24 / 7 emergency response and incident management service.  Our emergency response team are experienced and trained in responding to a range of international and domestic situations.

Orion’s network of offices provides local support with international capability.  Combining this with our expert Travel, HR, Tax and other functional support teams ensures a professional and focussed service is provided to all workers and clients.

The team operates across our integrated network of Orion offices worldwide, with Operational Coordinators interfacing with local offices such as Baku and Head Office functions to provide a seamless coordinated service from assignment acceptance to commencement on the ground.

  • Global Air Travel
  • Ground Transportation
  • Meet and Greet
  • Medical Services
  • On-going Assignment Support
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