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Reporting for Duty

Where Travel sits on the org chart can be turned into an advantage, if you know where to look
Where does the Travel Department report to in your company? Every company has its own organizational requirements, and as a result the travel department may fall under any one of a number of different areas in the corporate structure. Human Resources, Finance, Risk, Facilities, and Procurement – travel touches all these areas in one way or another.

In my company, the travel department reports to Human Resources. This arrangement brings opportunities for me to broaden travel’s reach and learn different skills. In addition it gives me an opening to introduce the travel program to new hires. I have been able to present our travel program to them from day one; this helps them adjust to our company culture and understand the policy and its importance to our organization’s success. This is a huge advantage in helping keep new hires in compliance.

Being in HR has given me the responsibility for implementing Relocation and Immigration activities for our expanding workforce. Being involved in these complex and very diverse fields has been a great way for me to understand how the company is growing globally.

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