remote work

Firms Distinguish Between Commuting And Travel For A Changing Workplace

Where do organizations draw the line between personal expenses for daily commutes and reimbursable travel spending? That was easier to answer before the pandemic popularized remote and hybrid work arrangements. With more employees living and working further afield, the need to consider what happens when they come to the office either regularly or occasionally has…

5 Challenges Of Hybrid Work — And How To Overcome Them

The transition to work-from-home and now to hybrid work arrangements requires a cross-departmental effort. In some cases, travel management teams help coordinate with employees who are not always in the office. Helping to keep those employees engaged and effective means tackling challenges related to communications, coordination, connection, creativity and culture, according to this article by…

Finance And Professional Services Perk Up But Still Trail In Large-Market Recovery

U.S. corporate travel has recovered to between 60 percent and 70 percent of pre-pandemic levels, with solid momentum continuing this spring, according to various sources. The rebound hasn’t been uniform, with small businesses and domestic trips still far outpacing large corporate and international, though the gaps are narrowing. Fresh industry data show strength in life…

Amadeus Taps Into Collaboration Trends With Cytric Booking Tool

Is this the year that the Amadeus Cytric online self-booking and expense management system makes a North American splash? The company has big plans and claims some fish on the hook. On Tuesday, Amadeus announced new integration with Microsoft to bring Cytric to users of Teams and Outlook.  Those connections follow a wider Amadeus-Microsoft partnership,…

Is Remote Work Actually Better For The Environment?

As remote-work models become increasingly popular, fewer of employees’ sustainability effects, including impacts from travel, are likely to take place under employers’ physical roofs. But they will still occur on their watch. Making work from home sustainable requires doing more than calculating a simple commute trade-off, according to Ganga Shreedharis, Kate Laffan and Laura M….

How B2B Businesses Can Get Omnichannel Sales Right

“Buyers want it; sellers need it,” according to Harvard Business School professor Doug Chung, McKinsey & Company partners Isabel Huber and Jean-Charles Devignes, and McKinsey associate partner Tom Clauwaert. “It’s not trivial, but it’s not rocket science either.” During the early stages of the pandemic, many B2B companies considered remote interactions as a temporary patch,…

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