The right travel policy isn’t just about saving your firm money. It’s a chance to better recruit and retain top talent, boost on-the-road productivity, and even improve employees’ willingness to travel. Learn which key factors motivate road warriors to keep climbing and which ones lead them to stall out. You’ll find these insights and more in this new study, based on a survey conducted by traveler behavioral insights expert MMGY Global, and presented by American Express Global Business Travel, the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) and tClara.
Top takeaways include:
- Trip quality–non-stop flights, better hotels, and time off to recover–is more important than trip quantity to employees who say they’re nearing travel burnout.
- 4 out of 5 respondents report that a “very attractive” travel policy at another company would lead them to consider a job change.
- The average road warrior predicts she would be 44% more productive during business trips if her organization’s travel policy improved.