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How To Leave The Industry If You Have To And What To Expect If You Don’t (Audio)

The near future of employment in business travel looks grim. The frontline lodging, dining or transportation worker, the corporate travel agent nearing retirement, the hotel…

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Spotlight On Emerging From The Crisis: Helping Your Team Heal

By David Kessler, an expert on grief and a co-author, with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, of “On Grief and Grieving.” His latest book is “Finding Meaning: The…

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How To Network From Home

By Julie Weed of The New York Times. Her article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments…

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In A Downturn, Include Your Employees In Cost-Cutting Decisions

By Patrick Daoust and Paul Simon of Oliver Wyman. This article is republished with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your thoughts…

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Business Travel’s Connection To Mental Health Was Never More Relevant

Some cooped-up business travelers are itching to get back on the road for their mental health. But they may also be suffering from personal or…

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Ties With Human Resources Tighten As Corporate Travel Management Gains Executive Visibility

In the early days of the crisis, travel departments worked closely with risk and security. They still do, but in many organizations, human resources departments…

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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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