Do rigid, frugal travel policies jeopardize employee performance? It's debatable.
Tripbam CEO Steve Reynolds is in the cost-control camp. His argument goes like this: It's not the airplane seat or the hotel that makes for an effective trip. Get employees to their destinations safely and let their job training and specific skillset take it from there.
"The cost of getting that traveler to the destination is not all that relevant to the impact or the benefit or the value of that trip," he said during a . . .