The TripActions Business Travel Continuity™ Checklist
Traveller safety has always been an integral part of corporate travel management, but the coronavirus global pandemic has taught HR, finance, operations, risk management, procurement, and travel program leaders just how critical it is to have a plan in place for when the unexpected happens. Leaders across the industry are asking themselves how they can better prepare for the future, starting today.
Although ensuring business travellers’ health and safety is the critical first step, corporate travel leaders are then tasked with making challenging choices for their organisation as a whole. They need a contingency plan that ensures their ability to rapidly adapt and become resilient in the face of business disruptions, dynamic market changes, and quickly evolving situations. An integrated, comprehensive game plan empowers companies to react and realign every level of their business based on real-time data.
The corporate travel industry is resilient and the human need to connect — to meet and strengthen relationships with customers, partners and colleagues in person — always boosts travel after market disruptions. Therefore, leaders must make the smart decisions today that pave the way to a safer, more innovative and flexible corporate travel industry tomorrow so employees are ready to travel again to build relationships, close deals and drive growth when they receive the all clear.
To get you started, The TripActions Business Travel Continuity™ Checklist outlines 10 steps on building the culture and infrastructure needed when situations start to shift quickly. It covers everything you need to know to access the best information, communicate diligently within organisations, adjust policies based on real-time data, and lead your business into the future.
Download The TripActions Business Travel Continuity™ Checklist today to learn how to ensure the safety of your business travellers, deliver on exceptional duty of care capabilities, access real-time relevant data, account for financial loss, and pivot strategies based on full visibility.