AT RENTAL RELOCATION, WE LISTEN TO THE CLIENT.
ARTICLE: In-Person Business Meetings and Events To Surge In 2021
Alexandria, VA (December 17, 2020) – The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), the world’s largest business travel association, has released the results of its latest COVID-19 Member Poll. The survey – the 14th such poll by GBTA since the onset of the pandemic to measure the impact on business travel – finds that a majority of respondents are optimistic that the travel industry will begin to rebound in mid to late 2021 and that the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine is top of mind for many business travel professionals. “What we’re seeing in this latest poll is a number of
BLOG: Women in Travel: Companies Can Benefit From a Leadership Team Mirroring their Greatest Consumer
Alexandria, Virginia (December 15, 2020) In the final 2020 session of its Collaboratory webinar series, the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) – the world’s largest business travel association – welcomed Arlene Coyle, Vice President of Commercial Corporations for Amadeus to discuss her career journey and the importance of having women in influential leadership roles. For this WINiT recommended session, GBTA Interim Executive Director Dave Hilfman served as moderator and discussed with Coyle her 20 years of experience in the managed travel and technology industry and how the individual – led by technology, convenience and lack of time – will play
ARTICLE: HR Leaders Identify Top Priorities for 2021
HR Leaders Identify Top Priorities for 2021 by Eric House, Worldwide ERC After an unprecedented year that challenged the traditional ways of working, HR leaders are focused on five key areas that will contribute to business and employee growth. While the year isn’t quite over yet, executive leaders in the field of human resources are planning ahead for 2021. After an unprecedented year that challenged the traditional ways of working, HR leaders are focused on five key areas that will contribute to business and employee growth. Gartner surveyed HR professionals about the future of HR in 2021, receiving over 800
WHITE PAPER: Corporate Housing Overview & Benefits
Corporate housing provides rented furnished housing to individuals, military personnel, and corporations, primarily for longer than 30 days. It generally consists of apartments, condos, and single-family homes for people to use on a temporary basis while traveling for work-related purposes. For an employee being transferred to a new city, staying among local residents is of particular value in determining where in the city he or she will want to live permanently. An additional benefit for a corporate housing client is the ability to leave one’s personal items intact when returning home for weekends, or traveling back and forth. This
Recap of September 24, 2020 Webinar Event
Our client is our most valuable asset. INTRODUCTION & WELCOME: Host: Vanessa Escalona, Director of Global Mobility and HR – Global Benefits, IQVIA welcomed the 38 attendees and kicked off the day’s discussions. Facilitator: Beverly Bell, CRP, Regional Director, Client development/InterLink Relocation Resources Vanessa, like others in the “ZOOM” room, recognizes the need for mobility leaders to network, and was pleased to pull the group together, even virtually. Thanked the sponsors, Ace Relocation/AtlasVan Lines-Jill Knicely, InterLink Relocation Resources/ Beverly Bell, and GlobalTax Network /Steve Hoffman OPENING TOPIC: Emerging “Work from Anywhere” Environment:
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