Airlines, hotels and car companies are adapting new protocols in terms of cleanliness and safety in response to COVID-19. Find out more about what is happening in the travel industry and what is to come in the near future.
During these challenging times a company’s culture is truly put to the test. Those with a genuinely strong employee culture who ‘walk the talk’ will now see their commitment return dividends.
When you lay your head to rest after a busy day, the last thing you want to think about is “Is my hotel room clean?”
During these unprecedented times, having a method of transportation that you can rely on is more important than ever.
We have compiled resources from the major airlines on what they are doing to keep airports and planes clean and their customers safe and sound.
In the current climate, it is unsurprising that business travel is at a standstill–however, this does not mean you should stop thinking about your travel program.
In the age of COVID-19, the likelihood of your business having to temporarily close offices or worksites is increasing. There are a number of steps you can take to support your employees.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared COVID-19 (coronavirus) a global pandemic. This is the most recent pandemic to be declared since the H1N1 flu or swine flu in 2009.
As regular business travelers, your employees need assurance of your support and assistance if there’s a problem while they’re abroad, no matter when or where it occurs.
As COVID-19 dominates domestic and international headlines – open, transparent and timely communication is the key to reducing anxiety amongst business travelers. Words like pandemic and epidemic can create unnecessary fear, so business managers need to take the lead to reassure travelers that their well being is paramount.
When it comes to spreading disease, the aviation industry gets a bad rap. It’s true that increased global air travel over the past decade means viruses spread more quickly, but planes themselves aren’t to blame. Anywhere that large groups gather and mix are equally susceptible, but COVID-19 travel bans have put the spotlight on air travel.
Sustainability efforts are on the rise. From global environmental rallies to households reducing their daily waste, it’s clear many people are motivated to put the planet first. The travel and tourism industries are no exception.