Outlining a well-defined travel and expense policy can be difficult, especially if you are dealing primarily with executive travelers. Executives typically enjoy autonomy in their work environment and make many decisions on their own without seeking approval first. Thus, implementing a travel and expense policy that requires extra checks and balances is challenging, but it can be done with the full support of your executive board for best results.
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In order to create a well-defined policy, you will likely need input from the people who are traveling most. By including them in the policy drafting process, you can ask direct questions about their travel experience and get a good idea of what issues need to be addressed. You will also gain buy-in for the new policy by being inclusive in the early stages. Read More