For many companies, travel policy compliance has been defined as measuring traveler behaviors such as booking through a designated channel, with preferred suppliers, or within the “magic” advance booking window to get the lowest fares or save money. But is the savings potential of such booking behaviors really where travel managers should focus their efforts?
In this BTN Group Thought Leadership webinar, travel, finance and risk managers will detail how you can think more broadly about such potential compliance issues, properly train employees and avert any such costs.
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Senior Director, Global Corporate Travel
Sally Abella has been in the travel industry for more than 30 years and at Harman International Industries Inc. for 26 years. As Senior Director of Corporate Global Travel, her job responsibilities span all aspects of managed global corporate travel which includes T&E reimbursement, group meetings & events and all corporate travel supplier relationships. The corporate travel staff is based on three continents. Harman has held various board positions with the Los Angeles Business Travel Association, including past president. BTN recognized her in 2014 as a Best Practitioner for the work her team launched on virtual meetings.
Deloitte Tax LLP
John Jennings has assisted multinational organizations address the human resource and tax challenges of transferring personnel and compensation plans across borders for 25 years. He has assisted corporations with various facets of their talent strategy, including long-term incentive and retirement plan design, improving the financial statement impact of compensation programs and establishing controls to enhance compliance. Since 2012, Jennings’s focus has been assisting employers manage the risks and opportunities emanating from business travel. He helped design Deloitte’s Business Travel Advantage platform which automates the analysis of employee taxation for more than 13,000 travel patterns.
General Manager, Travel Services
National Corporate Housing
Donna Sharp started her career in corporate housing and has held various roles within National Corporate Housing’s Travel Division including Hotel Coordinator, Trainer, Senior Travel Coordinator and finally her current role as General Manager. Sharp led the growth of the Hotel Division which became the Travel Division due to demand. She grew the department from a one employee cost center to a division with six full time employees and $12 million in revenue. Sharp has worked in the travel industry for nine years and continues to strive to grow her knowledge and division within National Corporate Housing.