The Seinfeld show may have made the term “double-dipping” famous but in the world of corporate travel, double-dipping is a clever way to keep your employees happy while reaping corporate rewards.
Air Transat announced its new checked baggage allowance policy. The changes, which aim to simplify and standardize its baggage policy, all while allowing the airline to align itself with the current practices of the industry are already in effect for departures as of November 1, 2016.
Air Canada is very excited to share with you that they recently announced enhancements to the Air Canada Corporate Rewards Program. Effective immediately, the program has been expanded to include savings on United Airlines flights within North-America, All Nippon, Air New Zealand and Avianca. This is in addition to flights currently offered by Air Canada and the Lufthansa Group.
Travel policies are often written and forgotten, not updated till there is a concern or protocol change.
Updating and communicating a travel policy on a regular basis is very important to prevent noncompliance, additional costs and financial liability for a company.
Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) agree that cost and lack of know-how are the biggest inhibitors to implementing a Risk Management strategy. Considering that 2015 saw some 6,000 travel disruptions and the trend in 2016 is on the rise, prevention is far more cost-effective than reaction.