In the dynamic landscape of the travel industry, success for travel managers goes beyond the mere booking of flights and accommodations. Data is critical for success across the board – from optimizing cost structures to enhancing customer experience to achieving sustainability goals, data is the compass guiding travel managers toward success. By understanding what data is available, what it means, and how to use it effectively, travel managers can make informed decisions that lead to favorable terms and conditions for their travelers while remaining within employer travel policies.
As the new year begins, the landscape of business travel is set for an evolution. In this comprehensive overview, read our predictions for the shape of business travel in 2024 and beyond.
One of the biggest challenges of running a company with global operations is navigating the immigration requirements involved in sending or hiring employees overseas. If you’re looking to hire a consultant to help, here are 10 questions to either consider or ask your visa and passport services provider.
“Business travel” is often associated with airports, flights, rental cars and taxi rides. However, post-pandemic, there is a clear trend going on with train travel as the new business travel concept.
Unlocking workforce readiness starts with a trusted relationship with your global mobility partner and ready access to the data you need to support agile decision making.
A training course is a relatively low investment and can go a long way to increasing the safety of your business travelers.
With the size and scope of Atlantic hurricanes evolving, businesses with operations, assets, and people in impacted areas must review and update their response plan — and then plan for the plan not working.
In today’s fast-paced work environments, fatigue has emerged as a silent adversary impacting both the performance and safety of workers.
The integration of AI technologies into automated escalation workflows and decision-making processes has revolutionised the way businesses function, driving unprecedented levels of efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness. By harnessing the power of AI, organisations can enhance their ability to adapt to changing conditions, anticipate future trends, and make smarter decisions that propel them ahead of their competitors.
As global travel becomes again an integral part of modern business operations, long journeys, and layovers have become increasingly common for both employers and employees. While the opportunities for international expansion and collaboration are exciting, these extended travel experiences can take a toll on employee well-being.