As a travel manager, your travelling employee’s success on the road is directly connected to how well you prepare them for everything on their plate.With that in mind, planning their trip with the goal of keeping your business traveler as productive and stress-free as possible requires carefully considered, clever planning.As such, a set of templates and checklists will do wonders to prevent mistakes and oversights from occurring. It’s a single document that include all of the employee’s home and professional contact information along with standard details like name, title, ID number, etc.
And even after all that is done, you still have to contend with the possibility of problems popping up while your traveler is on the move.
Conveniently, Travel Perk lets you input most of this information once, automatically filling it in for future travel arrangements.
Another useful document is a travel planning checklist.
The last document in this section is a business trip itinerary, or a summary of all of the trip’s details in one place.
This will save both you and your traveler the time and frustration of going through multiple documents and emails to find the information that matters.