Travel culture: Your talent recruitment and retention advantage
At a time when competition for talent is fierce, having a strong travel culture is critical to standing out from your competitors. This means prioritizing a travel culture that gives employees the freedom to meet leads, customers and partners — and collaborate with colleagues — face to face.
A recent report from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services in association with Egencia, reveals that companies who have a strong travel culture see twice as much improvement in employee satisfaction compared to those with a weak travel culture. It can help employees to be more productive, perform better and feel more fulfilled by their work. The report also uncovers that a third of business leaders would consider leaving their current role for a position at a competitor with a stronger travel culture, showing that business travel clearly impacts a company’s employee value proposition.
Download the report to learn:
- How having a strong travel culture can be a key differentiator in both attracting and retaining skilled employees
- The key components to creating a strong travel culture
- The main roadblocks holding companies back from building a strong travel culture, and how to avoid them
- Creative travel strategies to increase talent attraction and retention while improving your bottom line
- What travel buyers and managers can do now to create a strong travel culture going into the future
Read the report today for actionable insights on how a strong travel culture can give your business a recruitment and retention advantage.