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Cool­ The Burnout

In the second of two parts, we look at what can be done to keep your frequent travelers traveling frequently
Your company’s high frequency, high value travelers are among your team’s most indispensable members. But too much travel friction can lead to road warrior burnout and a costly war for talent.

In last month’s installment, we looked at three simple steps to analyze and begin addressing the risks of burnout. First, using objective metrics, identify those road warriors who are at risk. Second, determine the cost of attrition – if you lose these team members, what will it cost to replace them? And third, share the findings with senior management, and be prepared to present ways to act on the information.

This month, it’s time to consider some realistic solutions.


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