Articles tagged “travel policy”

Business Travel

40 Percent of Companies Expect Business Travel to Resume Within 3 Months: New Poll

Considering the widespread travels bans in place, Global Business Travel Association members are either overly confident about when normality will resume, or underestimate the seriousness of the situation.

40 Percent of Companies Expect Business Travel to Resume Within 3 Months: New Poll

Business Travel

Companies That Spend More on Travel See Big Boost to Business

Global companies with a high volume of travelers, take note. Tight travel budgets and overly strict travel policies don't make for happy or productive employees.

Companies That Spend More on Travel See Big Boost to Business

Business Travel

Why Business Travelers Don’t Play Nice With Company Policy

What makes business travelers tick? A new report finds that even strict corporate travel policies aren't effective. More thought and research need to be put into consumerizing the corporate travel experience in a way that works for both companies and their employees.

Why Business Travelers Don’t Play Nice With Company Policy

Business Travel

Research Shows Strict Corporate Travel Policies Don’t Really Work

Nobody wants to deal with a restrictive travel policy, and new research shows business travelers will make the choices they want regardless of what they’re told to do. Strict policies, though, can create a great awareness, but that doesn't mean they work.

Research Shows Strict Corporate Travel Policies Don’t Really Work

Business Travel

What the Scott Pruitt Scandal Tells Us About the Misery of Business Travel

Corporate travel policies are restrictive, and perhaps no organization is as restrictive as the U.S. government. The Scott Pruitt scandal is a good reminder that business travel is an important part of life wherever you happen to work. Everyone wants to live the good life, but few really can.

What the Scott Pruitt Scandal Tells Us About the Misery of Business Travel