A healthier environment all round
- The Real Fear of Flying. Moran, Gwen; Toroptsov, Yuri // Across the Board;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p33
Presents information on the importance of corporate policies and procedures that promote the well-being of employees who are regular travelers. Physical and psychological maladies that affect the health of travelers; Medical opinion on the real and varied health risks of frequent traveling;...
- Till Travel Do Us Part. Leider, Richard J. // Training & Development;May91, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p46
Presents tips for employees to reduce business travel problems. Impact of business travel on family life; Stress points of business travel; Assessment of the purposes of travel; Need to improve family relationship.
- 'Best value' is best bet. Tweedie, Jim // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;2/16/2004, Issue 2601, p66
Comments on the importance of training personnel working in the business travel industry in Great Britain. Factors leading to the decline in business travel; Management of executives' business travel expenses; Consideration for service value and corporate relations.
- discussions onlineâ€¦. // Personnel Today;2/19/2008, p15
The article presents questions and answers related to personnel management including how to reprimand an employee nearing retirement and how to handle a male employee who has refused to travel with a female colleague on an overseas trip due to family reasons.
- HR must act to sew up contract covering employee travel abroad. // Employers Law;Jun2003, p4
Highlights the position of David Morgan of Burness that human resources (HR) practitioners should review and reinforce their contractual mobility clauses. Factors contributing to disputes arising from overseas business travel; Result of a poll on HR practitioners; Argument of employees...
- Give your employees a chance to win. Bourque, Ron // New Hampshire Business Review;5/4/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p23
The article offers the author's insights on how employers can treat their employees properly. He mentions that employees should be treated like champions and must be provided with the best training, best tools and proper guidance. He mentions that employers should give their employees a chance...
- US firms put staff first in aftermath of attack. Broad, Mike // Personnel Today;9/10/2002, p4
Reports the impact of the September 11 terrorist attack on personnel management in the U.S. Effort to meet the needs of employees; Permission given to employees to postpone or cancel business travel; Awareness given to employees on issues related to ethnicity and racial discrimination.
- Untitled. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;7/14/2006, Issue 1829, p100
The article reports that James Heal has been promoted by Bath Travel to the post of the general manager for its business travel management division. Heal has worked for six years at the southwest agency and until recently was executive manager of the division, which handles more than 300...
- Inside Extended Stay Hotels. Krell, Eric // HR Magazine;Oct2012, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p71
The article examines the economic benefit of placing traveling employees in extended stay hotels during business trips for human resources (HR) professionals and corporations. Topics include the differences between temporary residences, traditional hotels, and extended-stay lodging, a chart...