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Check That: Revised GBTA Results Show Healthy Increase In Travel Management Salaries Last Year

Human resources experts caution companies against using self-reported survey data as the basis for establishing employee compensation levels. Among the issues they cite are employees’…

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Posted in Culture Policy Risk

Researchers Advocate Doing More For The Safety Of Female Business Travelers

When it comes to the needs of women business travelers, safety and security understandably are the top issues. The considerations range from ground transportation safety…

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GBTA Impels Local Groups To Become Full-Fledged Chapters, Ditches ‘Affiliate’ Level

Affiliates of the Global Business Travel Association have until Jan. 1 to decide to either become full-fledged GBTA chapters or sever ties. The large groups…

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Posted in Policy Risk

How Mental Health Issues And In-Trip Behavior Heighten Business Travel Risk

An International SOS Foundation study of international business travelers’ health and wellness uncovered some new points, according to researchers. One was that few companies accounted for…

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GBTA’s McCormick: Creating Conference Content Should Be ‘Like Church And State’

It was a remarkable rebuke. During the Global Business Travel Association convention in August, one of the association’s board members chastised a seminar speaker mid-session…

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Stealthy Firm Plans Real-Time Driver Safety Audits, But Will There Be A Need?

How closely should companies watch who is driving their people around? Execs needing to reduce risk use chauffeured services that outline data privacy, insurance and…

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Travel Management On The ‘Precipice’ Of Better Using Data For Improved Traveler Experience

A research paper released last week called for corporations to put more focus on measuring trip friction, success rates, and recruitment, retention and attrition. While survey…

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