Bringing process and organization to a startup is no easy task. Fair, a car leasing marketplace that pioneered the Car-as-a-Service (CaaS) concept, is no stranger to startup challenges. In a recent conversation with Dahni Bagdasarov, Head of Employee Experience at Fair, we revisited some of those challenges that eventually led him to NexTravel.
As Millennials become more integral to the global workforce, corporations and mid-market companies are showing increased interest in startup Travel Management Companies (TMCs).
Much has been said about how millennials are dramatically changing office culture. Between flexible work hours and the freedom to work remotely, it’s no surprise that millennials are disrupting office cultures everywhere.
One of the most important questions that we try to help our customers answer is, how do you create travel policies to drive growth, save money and keep employees happy?
To understand the best travel policies for growing companies, we looked at the data and spoke with some of the companies using NexTravel to set policies for overnight stays.
When it comes to controlling travel spend, there’s a sweet spot somewhere between pinching pennies and burning cash that tends to work out well in the long run.
That’s what we encourage companies to aim for when creating travel policies. To help you make the best decisions for your company, we’ve compiled our top travel policy recommendations for companies focused on growth, productivity and employee happiness.