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With summer coming to a close, the traditional kick-off to peak business travel season is just around the corner. Between deadlines and meetings, travel adds another layer of pressure to an already impacted schedule. Here is a list of tips to help ease the stress of your upcoming travels:
When it comes to travel, it’s all about the details – and tracking all the small things makes any big issues easier to handle.
Before you travel, review your company’s travel protocol. A travel protocol should include an in-office contact that may stand in for you in certain circumstances, a contact with which to share itineraries and meeting schedules, and emergency contacts that are at home as well as your destination.
Be aware of any risks associated with travel times such as traffic or large events, and always expect the unexpected.
These of course are just a couple main points for any travel protocol action plan. Consult your company for more information regarding these issues. Should you be interested, we are also available to help with any plan documentation and integration.
Cybersecurity is paramount in business and personal endeavors, and should be included in travel protocols as well. Each level of cybersecurity is different depending on market, environment and industry, but there are things all of us can do to create a more secure digital environment.
By following these simple travel tips and communication techniques, you can ensure an easy and stress-free holiday travel schedule.
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