Travel Policy Consulting
Toolie has creative ideas for developing a travel policy that not only takes into account hard costs, but also looks at productivity as a part of the equation.
Why Do Your Employees Travel?
Sending an employee out on a business trip must be providing some kind of adantage in a particular business situation. Maybe their presence provides leverage in a business deal. Perhaps having an executive appear at a conference lends weight to a company's involvement. In most cases, companies do not allow employees to travel without a specific business objective.
What Do You Expect from Your Employees?
Besides expecting appropriate results from their primary activity, what else are employees expected to do while on the road? Must they keep up with email? Are they expected to be able to work at their normal capacity even when they're away from the office? One cannot develop a reasonable travel policy without clear answers to these and many additional questions.
How Travel Productivity Can Improve the Bottom Line
Travel time does not have to be "down-time" for your company or your employees. Investing in your employees' skills can mean the difference between productivity and the perception that travel time is wasted time. Toolie can help your company ask and answer questions that can lead to a travel policy that make sense. Contact Toolie directly to see if your company can benefit from the wisdom of her travel experience.
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