How to write and implement a travel policy without causing a riot
Travel policies are business travel’s unpopular kid. They’re the goody-two-shoes, the telltale and the party pooper all rolled into one – in the eyes of your travellers. However, travel policies are in place for good reason. Although trying to write and implement a travel policy is one of the most challenging aspects of a business travel programme, a travel policy is one of the most effective ways of gaining control over how your organisation travels, as well as how much it’s spending.So what’s the best way to write and implement a travel policy?Whether you’re implementing a travel policy for the first time or are just trying to breathe life into an outdated set of rules, take a look at our best practice advice for ensuring that your travel policy is the most effective it can be:1. Consider a dynamic approachA dynamic travel policy is like a traditional travel policy, only better. Whereas more traditional travel policies are usually a static set of guidelines that…
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