Who benefits most from group corporate travel policies?
Long-haul flights are a necessary evil for corporate travelers. Are you prepared to make them as painless as possible?
Compliance can be painful and a bottleneck — but approaching it from the user’s perspective can improve adoption and buy-in
It's well known that corporate travel helps build relationships and propel business goals, but organizations also benefit when employees travel for ...
In the most recent column by contributor Joe Sharkey, he dives into the blurred lines of traveling with support animals and more recent travel news.
Booking on behalf is one of the biggest frustrations for Executive Assistants. But, with the right tools in place, it doesn't have to be.
Many companies, especially those facing rapid growth, are turning to new platforms to help them manage their business travel. But with so many ...
Business travel is a massive cost that, for many companies, can get out of hand really quickly. Flights, hotels, ground transportation, and per diems ...
The countdown is on — do you know what you need to do to get the appropriate ID card in time for next fall?
Five reasons Lola.com is the perfect perk for employee travel — even when they’re off the clock.
As an executive assistant, you're likely roped into doubling as a corporate travel manager. So you might as well get good at it.
The tax code is far from a pleasure read, but when it comes to claiming business travel expenses, you need to be prepared.
If you’re not taking advantage of corporate rates and discounts, your company could be missing out on a lot of savings.
Booking leakage eliminates control of and visibility into travel spend — leaving you with an unhappy finance team.
Travel Management Companies need personal data to book your travel — do you know how they’re protecting it?