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It’s Time To Streamline The Hiring Process

Finding, hiring, paying and keeping talent is one of travel management’s biggest challenges. When it comes to the hiring part across the larger corporate world, organizations are scared of making a bad decision, leading to bloated, bureaucratic processes. That’s according to this article by executive search firm ECA Partners chairman Atta Tarki, author Tyler Cowen…

It Costs $30 And Saves Lives. Why Don’t Many Hotels Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms?

Travel risk management pros vetting hotel safety often examine on-site security personnel and resources, crime rates in the surrounding areas and, more recently, hygiene protocols. Fire safety also is a big item, but requirements for carbon monoxide detectors vary across jurisdictions and hotel brands. They are not mandated for Airbnb hosts unless they’re listing in…

Pete Buttigieg Is Trying To Fix Air Travel With A ‘Dashboard.’ What’s On It?

Customer service issues in air travel have regulators considering various measures. German lawmakers are looking into abolishing advance purchase fares and requiring airlines to charge passengers only when they check in. That would expand the idea behind Lufthansa’s “Pay As You Fly” concept for large corporate accounts. After last month proposing a new rule to strengthen . . ….

Can Technology Help Cities Manage Curbs Better?

Business travelers returning to the streets and sidewalks of familiar destinations after a few years may find lots of changes. The explosion in the use of micromobility options like scooters, the prevalence of rideshare services and the growing popularity of food delivery, for example, have led to some congestion and confusion. According to this article…

Embarrassing, Uncomfortable And Risky: What Flying Is Like For Passengers Who Use Wheelchairs

The New York Times chronicled the domestic trip of a passenger who uses a wheelchair and found that air travel in the United States can be embarrassing, uncomfortable and perilous. Meanwhile at the Global Business Travel Association convention, seminar attendees this week heard about new survey results on accessibility in business travel. Consultancy Accessio said…

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