Posted in Policy Productivity Risk

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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Posted in Productivity Risk

Op Ed: Dr. Robert Quigley On Business Diligence In Addressing Covid-19

Prof. Robert Quigley, M.D., is SVP and regional medical director in the Americas for International SOS Assistance and MedAire. Here he stresses a conscientious approach…

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Posted in Productivity Risk Suppliers

Jet Lag App Makers Court Corporate Travel Managers

It’s 2020 and organizations should care about their employees. It helps the bottom line. The thinking behind the recent strong-economy awakening to the traveler experience…

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Some Suppliers Are Attending To Traveler Well-Being, But Corporate Policies Are Behind

While some companies help employees manage the physical and mental rigors of business travel, many more do not, according to experts and new research. In…

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Posted in Productivity Reporting

Op Ed: Scott Gillespie On Predicting The Value In Travel

Today’s advisor is industry veteran Scott Gillespie, managing director of tClara. Scott’s guidepost tackles what travel program managers should try to predict — and what…

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The Year In Research: Academics Consider Business Travel Well-Being, Perks And Productivity

Not just topics for industry conferences, business traveler well-being and productivity also are among the issues examined last year by academic researchers. One study produced…

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