Every year, GBTA Convention is a great place to learn, network and find new ways to gain more clarity in your travel management program. Now that the largest annual gathering of business travel professionals in the world has come to a close, we want to share with you our notes from an insightful education session by our partner – OMNIA Partners.
Hurricane season is in full effect now until the end of November. Hurricanes are a serious threat to people and property as we have seen the recent damage Hurricane Michael has caused in the United States. It is vital to prepare for the weather, but more importantly is your facility ready to respond and recover? Here are some tips from Grainger to make sure you are ready when disaster strikes.
You don’t know what you have until it's gone. However, if you're one of the lucky few, or should I say, the perceptive few, you'll realize the value of the talent that keeps your company rolling.
Employers and insurers are expecting on average a 6% increase in healthcare costs in 2019, according to a Medical Cost Trend report released in June from PwC’s HRI.
Does it sometimes feel as if you’re paying your language service providers (LSPs) way too much for localization projects? There’s a chance you are. But how? And why? We know getting a handle on localization costs can be tricky. Here are five of the most common costly mistakes companies make and how you can avoid them.
When it comes to managing your mobile workforce, knowledge is power. And by “knowledge,” we mean data analytics.
The modern workplace is transforming into a more efficient, collaborative, and productive environment through numerous developments. Higher density floor plans are becoming more prevalent among the newest office concepts, re-configuring personal workspaces into shared group areas, and ultimately condensing personal workspace per employee.
More and more companies are using Extended Business Travelers to pursue special projects, acquisitions and expansion into new regions. But unlike traditional long- and short-term assignments, companies are not typically as vigilant about tracking EBT employees, increasing their risks of costly violations of tax and visa laws. Our latest survey asked corporate managers how they manage their EBTs, and the results shed fascinating—and painfully real—insight to the opportunities and dangers these moves represent.