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New Age Travel Management and Policy Compliance

Smartphone ManagementCorporate travel policy compliance is at an all time low. In fact, many sources report compliance at an all-time low, in the range of 55 to 60%.

The reason?

For starters, the increasing use of mobile apps and browsing, combined with younger business travelers are have a different ideas about convenience and maintaining a work-life balance rather than strict compliance with travel policy.

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Ensuring a Safe Global Workforce

Ensuring safe global workforceMore and more companies are implementing travel risk management (TRM) protocols for their employees in increasing numbers, according to a study released by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA).

Of the 250 travel managers, security officers and human resources personnel surveyed, 83% reported their travel programs have TRM protocols in place to ensure the safety and well-being of their business travelers.

Of the ones who don’t, 60% said they are planning to adopt TRM protocols within the next two years.

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Uber Makes Headlines… Again

Cellphone UverIf you’ve been following the articles posted here over the past year or so you probably noticed that a number of them had to do with Uber.

And there’s a good reason for that.

At Teddy’s we have always been focused on industry safety: both for our clients specifically, and for all passengers of limos and taxis across the tri-state area in general. Which is why ANY news with respect to our industry is worth sharing with you here.

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New York City Suspends Five Uber Bases

NYC Uber A New York City administrative tribunal recently suspended five Uber-owned car service bases in New York City until they hand over trip data.

The penalty comes from an earlier refusal on the part of Uber to hand over the data as requested by the Taxi & Limousine Commission on October 9th. They were seeking electronic trip data for rides from April through mid-September.

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