Is your travel policy affecting your recruiting and retention of employees?

By Brent Blake, President, Acendas Travel
With a low unemployment rate and a growing economy, the challenge to attract and retain quality workers is getting more difficult by the day.
So, it would behoove leaders to evaluate those “onerous” systems and processes that might hinder hiring practices. As a travel management company, we hear the horror stories from workers as they travel to conduct business. In fact, a main reason companies turn to us is because of the negative feedback they get from their team members when traveling. I am not at all surprised to see that an Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) study found that one-third of companies report job candidates want to see travel policies before signing on the dotted line.
A significant aspect of our work is to help companies develop travel policies that support a positive and productive work environment. It should be noted that a “worker-friendly” travel policy does not have to equate with spending…

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