Articles tagged “duty of care”

Hotels

Daily Podcast: Strong Hotel Hiring Numbers

Good morning from Skift. It's Monday, March 7, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Strong Hotel Hiring Numbers

Business Travel

Kayak Is Missing a Golden Opportunity With Its New Corporate Travel Platform

In what could be the travel industry’s most drawn-out launch of a booking tool, the final version will appeal to many small companies — but it could have offered so much more.

Kayak Is Missing a Golden Opportunity With Its New Corporate Travel Platform

Business Travel

Travel Fails With Coordinated Response on Covid: Retired Green Berets Commander

A highly decorated U.S Army veteran has voiced what a lot of people are thinking: How did we all make such a mess of reacting to the pandemic?

Travel Fails With Coordinated Response on Covid: Retired Green Berets Commander

Business Travel

Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?

If downsizing is a natural correction to the peaks prior to coronavirus, so-called micro agencies are the logical next phase in the travel management cycle.

Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?

Business Travel

Will the First Wave of Corporate Travelers Be Paralyzed by Anxiety?

It will be new territory for most travel managers, but monitoring mental health could safeguard not just employees but help secure a company’s future too.

Will the First Wave of Corporate Travelers Be Paralyzed by Anxiety?

Tourism

Travel Advisor Risk and Responsibility in Sri Lanka

Leisure travel advisors may not have the same obligations as their corporate travel counterparts when it comes to keeping travelers safe, but this week’s terror attack raises questions about risk and responsibility.

Travel Advisor Risk and Responsibility in Sri Lanka