How to design a people-first travel program

people first travel program
Creating an inclusive workplace requires more than hiring from a diverse candidate pool. It’s proactively looking for opportunities for inclusion, promoting them, and implementing them in your day-to-day operations. That includes your corporate travel policy as well.


We know this isn’t an easy topic, or a simple one to solve at that, however, we believe it’s important to keep talking about it. Working together with our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Manager here in the Americas, we have developed a practical guide to start the DEI conversation, what to consider, and where to go from here, no matter where you currently stand with your DEI policies.

Download our guide to find out:

  • How to mitigate risks or challenges your diverse workforce face
  • How to keep your travelers safe and considerations for risk assessments
  • How to transform your travel program and policies to be more inclusive

Deloitte’s 2018 Millennial Survey showed that Millennials (who will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025) are specifically looking for roles in businesses that prioritize DEI and believe that working with people from varied backgrounds “will make a company smarter, richer, more creative and more successful.”

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