With unprecedented times comes the need for flexibility, especially with something as important as travel policy. While the common solution may be changing your travel policy all together, a more practical approach is to implement an interim travel policy.
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One of the biggest topics in business travel right now is travel risk management—otherwise known as Duty of Care to your employees. So why is it a focus? Because traveler safety and security is a real concern for businesses and travelers alike, with recent world events impacting safe travel in and out of some countries.
Creating a policy that's custom to your unique business requirements doesn't have to be complicated. Corporate Traveler helps make the process simple by providing some do's and don'ts to follow when creating your travel policy.
If you work with a travel management company (TMC) or other travel partner to book your travel, simplify your reporting information by asking for a few key reports each month. That way, you can easily summarize the most useful information and won’t be overwhelmed by excess data that you haven’t got the time to wade through.
The findings from the recently conducted Business Traveler Survey in the Americas provided valuable insight into the average business traveler’s behavior and trends, and the importance of technology and human assistance in travel programs.
The move to a mobile world came in tandem with a move to a self-service world in which travelers can book travel and communicate directly with travel suppliers to better manage their trips. Apps have filled the gap for savvy travelers to book and update travel itineraries on the move.
Don't let travel budget management take over your days. Save time and costs by following these simple rules.