Business travel

What Can Employers Do If Workers Avoid COVID-19 Vaccines?

What Can Employers Do If Workers Avoid COVID-19 Vaccines? They can demand vaccination and fire noncompliant employees, or take other actions such as removing company benefits or billing a supplement for health insurance. For months, companies have encouraged workers to get vaccinated, in some cases offering incentives such as time …

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The business travel register is now open

Sunday August 29, 2021, 1:07 p.m.Press release: MBIE With the plan for Auckland and Northland remaining on COVID-19 Alert Level 4 while the rest of the country moves to Alert Level 3 from 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday August 31, the business travel register has now been activated for that companies …

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Hopper Races to add new travel services

As COVID-19 comes and goes and a lasting reopening for business and leisure remains shrouded in uncertainty, at least one thing has become clear; People everywhere are eager to pack their bags, go out and travel again. “The only thing this pandemic has proven is that people want to travel …

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Make the opportunities outweigh the risks | Business Travel News

Victoria Boldison, who founded Bolst Global, a health food, beverage and supplement export service, knew that doing business on her own as a non-Muslim Western woman in Saudi Arabia would be a challenge, even if she did. rejoiced. “You hear all the perceptions, that this is not something that women …

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Blog: Slowly come back to something as usual

Welcome to the 2021 summer Las Vegas market. Looks like it’s been a long time coming, but here we are emerging from our COVID-19 induced cocoons. OK, so that’s a bit of a stretch; however, one has the impression that the winter has been very long. Each of our industry’s …

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Southwest Airlines Says Delta Variant Is Impeding Business

Southwest Airlines Co. said the recent spike in Covid-19 cases is slowing bookings and increasing cancellations, showing how quickly the Delta variant is kicking into economic activity. The airline said on Wednesday that while demand for the key Labor Day weekend remained healthy, the recent slowdown would make it difficult …

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Hertz posts higher incomes, plans to re-enroll amid travel rebound

Car rental company Hertz Global Holdings Inc. said it plans to re-list on a major stock exchange by the end of 2021, as its quarterly revenues increase amid a rebound in travel. From April to June, Hertz achieved sales of $ 1.87 billion, up 62% from the first three months …

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Delta variant disrupts travel and leisure rebound

The Americans have hit the road, the skies and the stadiums again this year. But lately, the grand reopening has lost some of its momentum. Shows are canceled, mask requirements return to casinos and venues, and consumers are reconsidering travel plans thanks to an increase in Covid-19 infections. The reaction …

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Forgot how to navigate the airport like a pro? Road warriors become recruit

For more than five years, Jessica Ridlen has treated business travel as a ritual. The biotech manager kept a handbag close at hand, regularly stocked her mini stash of toiletries, and had two sets of each charging cord. The pandemic has put an end to its routine. Rebooting again turns …

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