Providing your employees with perks while traveling for business is an excellent way to build loyalty and trust as well as keep them motivated to work in the field. You can help control employee travel costs by offering a few perks that keep your budget manageable without making your employees feel like they're sacrificing comfort or convenience. Instead of handing over a company credit card to pay for travel expenses, consider offering the following perks to your traveling employees:
22 July 2016
It turns out that Americans are some of the hardest workers in the world, with the average American clocking in approximately 34.4 hours a week for work. Taking a vacation is probably long overdue for you. If you don't have the means or the time to travel abroad, you'd be surprised at just how much fun and adventure you can have traveling to another state or another city. When vacationing, relax.
16 June 2016
Forget dinners, going to the movies or hanging out at the bar. Those are so old school. So what's cool? A girls' weekend visiting wineries via limousine; a day biking with friends from brewery to brewery; or a fun afternoon tasting samples at different distilleries with your old college buddies. These venues -- many of which offer music and food in addition to alcohol -- have become the go-to destinations for celebrations and gatherings.
8 September 2015