Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Companies Rework Systems For Sanctioning Business Travel

What some once saw as largely penny-pinching paperwork, pre-trip approval now is a crucial component for assessing risk and determining how best to accomplish missions….

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Posted in Reporting Risk

New In Domestic Travel Risk Assessments: Sobering Hospital Stats

On top of worries about contracting Covid, employees and employers can’t forget that car accidents, heart attacks and other emergencies happen during business travel. Hospital…

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Posted in Careers Productivity Service

Will The Pandemic Productivity Boom Last?

By Neil Irwin, a senior economics correspondent for The New York Times.  For most of the past 15 years, the U.S. economy was mired in…

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Posted in Risk

Corporate Travel Services Adopt Vaccination Status, Trends As Inputs

The unvaccinated are getting and spreading the virus, and organizations are beginning to take a harder line despite the associated controversy and politics. Travel for…

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Posted in Careers Productivity Risk

Reporter’s Notebook: Corporate Travel Management’s Stature Grows With Complexity

Corporate travel managers are setting up for business travel recovery, but unknowns await. Intel is king. Duty of care is adapting. Sustainability initiatives are further…

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Posted in Risk Suppliers

Debt-Laden CWT Is In Talks On Financial Restructuring As Big Company Travelers Remain On The Sidelines

CWT’s lenders agreed to delay the company’s June interest obligations amid discussions about “the best possible financial plan for CWT,” according to a company spokesperson….

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Op Ed: Lauren Aste On Travel’s Return Hinging On A Commitment To Global Public Health

CWT chief legal officer Lauren Aste discusses how humans have an innate impulse to help each other. She argues that the travel industry, governments and…

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