Average Compensation for Travel Buyers Remains Stable in 2018
Average compensation for U.S. travel buyers remained stable between 2017 and 2018 at $108,000, according to new findings. GBTA’s annual Compensation and Benefits study reveals salaries, bonuses and benefits for U.S. buyers and identifies disparities in compensation based on a variety of demographic traits like gender, education, region and position. Read more here.
New Research Reveals High Expectations Business Travellers Place on Organisations for Traveller Safety
More than 8 in 10 (82 percent) business travellers think it is important for their safety for their company to know their travel plans in advance, yet less than half (47 percent) say their organisation has a system in place to capture their travel plans if they book outside of corporate channels, according to new research from GBTA in partnership with SAP Concur. More information available here.
New Research Identifies Disconnects in Travel Program Goals, Policy and Traveler Behavior
Nearly 70 percent of travel buyers say that enforcing policy compliance is among the most challenging aspects of their job, according to new research out from GBTA in partnership with RoomIt by CWT. While travelers may book out-of-policy for preferred properties or amenities, there is also a large gap in traveler knowledge of company policy. Learn more.
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