Many companies have set a magic number when it’s no longer worth it for employees to take to the skies. Where does yours rank?
We may be fast approaching the busiest travel time of the year at airports. But many businesses are giving some serious consideration to whether their employees need to take to the skies.
In fact, almost all of your peers have established a breaking point when it comes to the price they’re willing to pay:
Of course, every organization is going to have its own threshold for how much it’s willing to put up with. And if you don’t have one yet, you’ll want to huddle with other top execs to set one.
And there will be some business travel that will always be necessary.
But what do you do when your company reaches its breaking point?
The top alternative: Videoconferencing. That’s what 85% of companies are looking into now.