Posted in Policy Productivity Risk

HR Survey Finds That Productivity Impacts From Coronavirus Are Mostly Small

[UPDATE, March 19, 2020: In a survey this week, ic4p’s results were quite different. Ninety-six percent of 518 HR respondents said the coronavirus had impacted…

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Posted in Methods Policy Suppliers

Trondent Tries To Improve Pre-Trip Approval

One view of pre-trip approval is that it’s a critical tool for controlling travel spending and employee movements. Another says it’s red tape. Some see…

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Posted in Policy Reporting Suppliers

PredictX PDFs Tell The Story Behind S&P Global’s Travel Data

The variety of constituents in the corporate world often challenges travel buyers to come up with the ideal means of communicating about travel program results….

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Posted in Negotiating Policy Reporting

Op Ed: Louise Miller On Tackling Your Toughest Categories Of Un(der)managed Spend

Actively managing the largest proportion of spending possible is a primary goal for buyers across various categories. The corporate travel category presents a unique set…

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Posted in Policy Productivity Risk

Some Suppliers Are Attending To Traveler Well-Being, But Corporate Policies Are Behind

While some companies help employees manage the physical and mental rigors of business travel, many more do not, according to experts and new research. In…

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Posted in Culture Methods Policy

Managers Use Many Methods For Business Traveler Engagement

Chicago — When $630 million accounting and consulting firm Baker Tilly about six years ago attempted a “soft” travel program rollout, it didn’t really work….

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Posted in Methods Policy Risk

Norwegian Government Agency Modifies Traveler Behavior Using Distaste For Doing Expense Reports Twice

Some business travelers find the process of creating and submitting expense reports so loathsome that they’ll do anything to avoid it. They’ll even follow policy!…

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