Why have a travel policy if your team doesn’t follow the rules? Unfortunately, the problem with most travel policies is simple: they are too long. Who has time to read and understand (and remember) all those details? What your employees need is a straightforward, one-page corporate travel policy. You can’t possibly cover all the contingencies on a single page, but you can highlight the key elements of your corporate travel policy, giving folks your most important guidelines in an easy-to-grasp format. A well-constructed document will make life on the road easier for your employees and increase travel policy compliance.
The site selection process is much more than simply choosing a destination and facility for a meeting. The wrong site can compromise even the most well planned, attended and designed event. To effectively select the optimal destination and location for a meeting, you must follow these six basic steps.
Today’s attendees expect every event to be one-of-a-kind, which means event planners are “thinking outside the ballroom” when it comes to venues. The industry shows clients are excited about discovering and booking unique and undiscovered locations. From a zen, private residence for an executive retreat or team offsite, to an upbeat atmosphere for the next company celebration—there are thousands of spaces worthy of your team’s ideas. Look for a one-stop-shop that can also arrange additional services like catering or AV for an experience that covers all your event needs.