Balancing compliance needs with business traveller experiencesHow to ensure corporate travel policies can be leveraged for recruitment, retentionBy Patricia Huska05/01/2018|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 04/26/2018More business travellers are exploring non-traditional travel and accommodation methods in their leisure travel and personal lives, and expect similar offerings in their business travel experiences. Credit: Dragon Images (Shutterstock) A company’s travel policy can play a major role in recruiting and retaining top talent. So it’s important to know what employees are looking for and to offer them what they want — while balancing safety and compliance considerations.Corporate travel policies are increasingly positioned as a key differentiator for retaining and recruiting talent. And travel managers are seeing a dramatic increase in quality-of-life inquiries from travellers, according to Managing the Modern Business Traveller, a 2017 study published by American Express Global Business Travel and the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE). In 2017, 31 per cent said they’ve experienced more inquiries about work-life balance, while 30 per cent said more travellers have asked about adding a leisure element to business trips, found the survey of more than 170 travel managers around the world. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.