Business travel can be a mental and physical drain, from preparation to commute. Mapping out new territories, meeting with colleagues and other realities of corporate travel can leave sleep low on the priority list of any business traveler. You’ll find that a good night’s sleep is a requirement if you’re going to handle day-to-day work […]READ MORE
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Whether you travel occasionally or constantly on business, the type of luggage you choose can make a difference in the quality of your trip. Forbes contributor Marc Weber Tobias notes that it’s important to select luggage pieces that are both properly engineered and well-constructed to effectively do the job of transporting your belongings while in […]READ MORE
In some cases, to get the job you want, it may be necessary to relocate. At other times, you may want to move to a new location, and thus be proactively seeking work in a specific part of the country. According to data from Robert Half, 62% of workers in the United States would be […]READ MORE
When traveling for business, where do you stay? If you answered “a hotel,” it may be time to rethink your options. Whether you call them corporate apartments, furnished apartments or extended-stay rentals, short-term housing can offer significant advantages to business travelers and employers alike. Here are some of those advantages. Cost advantages Corporate apartments can […]READ MORE
Business travel is an important part of the job for many professionals. To have a successful trip, it’s important to do some planning before you start your jet-setting. The following business travel checklist will help you enjoy a more seamless trip with less stress. Plan your transportation The most important details to have squared away […]READ MORE