You’ve probably seen pronouns popping up on social media profiles or email signatures after people’s name. They look like: she/her, he/him, they/them, or even they/he or she/they. But what does it mean?
The fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the US has been a long, long road. So much has changed, yet there is still much work to be done.
Travel shouldn’t be on your plate...we can take it. Time to drink our coffee hot, breathe, eat a proper lunch, and, most importantly, time to do important work.
Change can be scary, but the truth is that almost every single time, change leads to better. When we ask new customers why they decided to come on board with Corporate Traveller, we hear the same 3 themes: Service, Savings and Safety.
If the last couple of years has taught us anything, it is that change is inevitable. We’re on a mission to invite change into Canadian businesses who need to travel. This is real change that positively impacts your people, your purpose, and your bottom line…all without pain. So, forget the pain of change. Now it’s time to discover the POWER of change.
Service shouldn't be a nice to have. We're committed to providing great service first, and delivering value with every interaction. Come find out what we have to offer.
With years in the customer success team behind him, James is poised to ensure we deliver the best experience when companies start to partner with us, wherever they are in the world.
If the thought of building a business travel policy for your organization from scratch, has you running for the nearest exit. Don’t fret.
It might be just a few lines in an email, a one-page doc or even a few pages of detailed travel info. No matter how formal or lengthy your policy is, there are quite a few ways to take it from good to great.
Diversifying your travel program starts from the ground up. We can help get you build travel policy that supports diversity and inclusion in your company.
Business travel as a whole is a lot more complex these days. How do your people travel safely?
How to get your boss to read the Corporate Travel Toolkit so that you can focus and get back to doing what you do best.
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