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The airline industry is developing New Distributions Capability (NDC) that will reshape the corporate travel industry for buyers and travelers alike.
From earthquakes to virus outbreaks to civil unrest, corporate travelers face a host of risks and hazards. Their employers have a duty of care to oversee the health, safety and security of employees while traveling for business. Some of that duty has a legal basis, while some of its a moral imperative regardless of any particular statute.
By knowing your travelers, a corporate travel program can generate travel cost savings while also improving the lives of its travelers. A travel-centric program is one that focuses on the needs of your company's travelers. Companies need their travelers to feel respected and valued while maintaining budgets, but finding the balance can be tricky.
Does your corporate travel policy support ride-share apps, fewer trip disruptions, new loyalty programs and seamless end-to-end travel to alleviate friction? Corporate policies can make or break the travelers' experience in terms of satisfaction and loyalty over the long term.
GameStop Hopes for the Best but Prepares for the Worst Subtitle: Duty of care is of utmost importance to GameStop, and it wants the people who choose to part with their hard-earned money to attend its events to feel their safety and security is being appropriately taken care of.
How LinkedIn Found the Best Way to Quantify the Satisfaction of Travelers Subtitle: LinkedIn needed to know who its travelers were, why they travel, and what information, services, and amenities they needed to best achieve their travel goals. To this end, the company launched a survey and asked all their traveling employees to complete it.