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Your Rock-Solid Case for Flying Business Class for Work

October 10,2018 16:19

Imagine a corporate policy where the C-suite executive who only flies a couple of times a year rides in coach and the sales and engineering road warriors get the first-class and business-class tickets. Some companies are starting to make changes in ...


Imagine a corporate policy where the C-suite executive who only flies a couple of times a year rides in coach and the sales and engineering road warriors get the first-class and business-class tickets.
Some companies are starting to make changes in that direction to reduce what’s known as traveler friction—the burnout that saps productivity and leads to low morale and job turnover.
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