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UK enterprises respond to workplace stress by increasing spending on ‘corporate wellness’

Data from over 120 large enterprises and 287,000 employees has revealed rising corporate investment in employee wellbeing in response to growing workplace stress among younger employees
A new report by workforce performance giant CR Worldwide(CR), drawing on data from 287,000 employees at over 120 large enterprises, has revealed that rising workplace stress among younger workers has seen UK business investment in ‘nature breaks’ doubling in 12 months with over half of UK business trips now including nature or activity elements from shark diving to gorilla treks.


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Meet The Team behind the first International Women In Travel & Tourism Forum

Alessandra Alonso
To register for the International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum,
please visit www.iwttf.com.
From becoming a United Nations Special Ambassador for Tourism as the First Lady of Iceland, to lobbying the Moroccan government, to leading inclusion for the UK’s most popular cruise brands, these experiences have helped shape the female founding partners of the first International Women In Travel & Tourism Forum, taking place at the Radisson Blu Saga Hotel in Reykjavik in Iceland on 23-24 January 2020.


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Buyers under pressure to cut costs for 2020

Cutting costs – biggest challenge facing buyers in 2020
Cutting costs is – once again – the biggest challenge facing business travel buyers, according to a recent survey carried out by Business Travel Show. The poll of 114 European travel buyers also revealed that Brexit stress appears to be subsiding, while sustainability has shot up the agenda.


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Only Half of Global Leaders in the Oil and Gas Sector say their companies have traveler health and safety programs in place

CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, and its Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) division, found through independent research that only 52% of C-suite and senior executives say their organizations have traveler health and safety programs in place.

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