As an executive assistant, you know when it comes to making travel arrangements, it’s important to get it right. Missing an important detail can result in a loss of corporate funds or dissatisfied employees. And there are many details involved.
The planning process of complex travel itineraries includes organizing visas, reviewing travel insurance, and prioritizing everything from hotel preferences to seating preferences. Not to mention having to be on call to remedy any type of travel cancellation.
Download the “The executive assistant complete corporate travel checklist” to review if your current travel solution provides what you need to thrive. You’ll learn about the following:
- How to update the travel planning process to save time and money
- How to manage the travel needs of different types of travelers
- How a corporate travel platform can help save on increasing costs of hotel accommodation, car rentals, and airfares.
- How to approach change management when adopting a corporate travel platform
It’s likely you wear many hats in your organization, and your time is valuable. Managing the travel details of business trips takes away precious time from your other responsibilities. So, you need a travel booking process that works smarter.
The corporate travel landscape also keeps changing. So, organizing travel as an executive assistant might be a little different from how you previously managed it for C-suite-level staff members. Staying aware of emerging needs by taking the time to bring your travel program up to speed will serve your travelers and your company well. Check out this guide and learn why office administrators of organizations big and small are switching up how they book travel.