There is no crystal ball to tell us when exactly travel will return, or what we can definitively expect to change, but we know that heightened hygiene measures stemming from Covid-19 will be a critical part of travel moving forward.
During these challenging times a company’s culture is truly put to the test. Those with a genuinely strong employee culture who ‘walk the talk’ will now see their commitment return dividends.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything it is to expect the unexpected, which is why making these changes to your travel programme now will benefit you and your travellers in the medium and long-term.
Leadership can be tricky at the best of times, but the ability to keep a team productive, disciplined and engaged over the next few weeks in lockdown, will prove to be challenging for even the most experienced leaders among us.
We have the latest from airlines and hotels on their latest loyalty programme and any updates that have happened.
In the age of COVID-19, the likelihood of your business having to temporarily close offices or worksites is increasing. We have the ultimate guide to getting Remote-Ready.
The COVID-19 outbreak has put even the most robust travel risk management plans to test. Global Product Leader for FCM Secure, Matthew DeMaris, shares his thoughts around the key learnings identified by both our business and the customers we serve.
Working from home is going to be new for many employees. To help you get started with your WFH journey we’ve compiled the top tips from the experts – including a few secrets no one tells you!
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared COVID-19 (coronavirus) a global pandemic. This is the most recent pandemic to be declared since the H1N1 flu or swine flu in 2009.
As COVID-19 dominates domestic and international headlines – open, transparent and timely communication is the key to reducing anxiety amongst business travelers. Words like pandemic and epidemic can create unnecessary fear, so business managers need to take the lead to reassure travelers that their well being is paramount.
FCM is monitoring the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the impact on business travellers and will continue to keep clients informed during this active situation.
As the region’s economy continue to grow, Asian businesses are looking to their travel managers to find ways of saving money on travel, to make booking processes slicker and to integrate expense management into their travel policies.