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Toolkit: Elevate your 2022 business travel programme

Posted: 25 April 2022
Elevate your travel programme

Si votre entreprise envisage la reprise des voyages pour les employés ou si vous êtes simplement en train de repenser votre approche actuelle, sans doute jugerez-vous opportun de vous pencher sur les tendances du moment en matière de voyages d’affaires.

Il est temps, en effet, de repenser chaque élément de votre programme voyages d’affaires avant, pendant et après le déplacement, en vous appuyant sur les ressources de votre agence de voyages d’affaires actuelle ou future.

Les déplacements des employés constituent désormais une opportunité de contact plus significative, lorsqu’il s’agit d’instaurer une collaboration en personne ou d’insuffler la culture de l’entreprise. La boîte à outils dédiée à votre programme voyages d’affaires 2022 passe en revue les éléments suivants :

  • L’importance de communiquer avec vos employés
  • Conscience du positionnement de votre programme voyages par rapport à vos concurrents
  • Compréhension du paysage des voyages d’affaires en 2022
  • Comment relancer votre programme voyages d’affaires

Téléchargez la boîte à outils pour bénéficier d’idées concrètes sur la manière d’améliorer votre programme voyages d’affaires en adoptant une culture d’entreprise favorisant la connexion et l’engagement des employés.

  1. The value of checking in with your employees

    Don’t be an island: create a network of stakeholders that touch on travel, employee well-being and travel expense. Travel arrangers are in a unique position to elevate a travel programme so that it reflects company values and employee experiences on business trips. Once you have a better understanding of your employees’ perspectives on travel after your check-in, you’ll be able to build a new corporate travel culture that reflects travellers’ needs and values in the shifting travel industry, as well as the perks that come with it.

    It’s crucial to understand the broad scope of requirements from across your company. From mitigating travel risk and shortages in the travel and tourism industry to managing travel expenses, tailor each conversation to your audience. Then listen and react to feedback to put together a strong plan for a modernised approach to travel.

  1. Awareness of how your travel programme compares to others in your industry

    It’s a good idea to know how other companies in your industry are approaching the return to travel through external benchmarking. With all this uncertainty, knowing what other organisations are doing can create comfort and confidence that you’re making the right decisions as well.

    FOMO is real as businesses begin to meet with customers for in-person meetings, optimise supplier agreements and collaborate at conferences. A successful recovery of your travel programme can be a competitive advantage in your industry.

  1. Understanding the 2022 business travel landscape

    The business travel landscape in 2022 reflects a fresh view with opportunities to innovate on business travel trends such as sustainability. The workforce wants to work for companies that demonstrate an understanding of individual preferences and provide more choices within travel programmes and in-person initiatives.

    Employees like to see their international travel and domestic itinerary options and prioritise flexibility and choice, yet don’t want to feel as though they’re on their own for travel plans, which is the benefit of self-booking (especially when it populates with options that match previous preferences) combined with 24/7 human support.

  1. How to relaunch your business travel programme

    Face-to-face business travel helps your business to grow—especially with an established travel management programme that saves your team time and money. It’s essential to update your travel policies, create a risk-management plan and develop a business travel culture that has room to grow. The business travel 2022 toolkit outlines how a travel management company can manage your current and future travel spend and risk-assessment tools most effectively over the next year.

Download the toolkit