Smarter working practices are improving traditional travel and meetings

Updated: Apr 4, 2019

We surveyed 27,000 business travellers to provide powerful insight into how we can all improve working practices for those in our care.

Look after employee welfare with Smarter working.

With our unique ‘Smarter working’ initiative, we use a range of factors, such as qualitative research, behavioural psychology and a variety of tools to guide travellers’ into making smarter choices which effect welfare and organisational costs. These factors and insights along with vast, vivid relevant data sources, are transforming traditional working practices.

This analysis and focus on staff expenses, finance and time spent travelling to meetings along with internal / external sources, gives you the control and knowledge to stir up and change the traditional, existing practice of travel meetings.

Breaking down ‘Smarter working’ into three core principles:

Travel less

Our ‘Smarter working’ programme gives you the tools to identify trends that can challenge the need to travel. Escaping avoidable travel helps shrink costs and increase employee welfare and your business performance.

We work with you to create dynamic travel, meetings and event policies that are informed by the evolving needs of your business and people.

Travel smart

When face-to-face meeting is essential, we give guidance by notifying your staff with relevant, timely and appropriate messages that influence smarter decision making; from optimising the use of your organisation’s own meeting space, to guiding meeting co-ordinators towards the best location, venue, and timing and travel options.

Travel safe

Your most valuable assets are your people. By identifying traveller trends, we can help predict and reduce the risk of the type and frequency of travel that results in costly HR challenges such as absence and attrition.

We ensure travellers are well informed before and during their trip, feel valued by suppliers, and can help locate and assist them during emergencies.