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Without a safe, reliable COVID-19 vaccine, the world is unlikely to return to ‘normal’ any time soon. Travel experts, travel managers and travellers need to be agile and resilient, with health and wellbeing now at the very heart of business travel.
Businesses across the world have had to adopt a flexible mindset in terms of business goals, team management and budgets for the 2020 year, as well as prioritise the health and safety of their employees.
From 21 July, East London Airport, George Airport and Kimberley Airport will resume operations for domestic travel for business and essential purposes.
Although, not an issue when travelling within South Africa’s borders (unless a health check before departure warrants further investigation and self-quarantine), once international travel opens the threat of quarantine may well cause anxiety levels to rise!
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As businesses around the world have come to grips with connecting digitally through virtual platforms with their teams and clients, it is safe to assume that some corporate travel will be replaced by technology.
Businesses may see real benefits from the adaptions of a work from home model for certain resources within their organisations.
Flight Centre Travel Group South Africa has therefore made the difficult decision to right size its Flight Centre Business Travel brand in line with client demand for future business travel.
At Flight Centre Business Travel we know the impact that all SMME’s face coming out of our lock down. We encourage our SMME community to start thinking about the new normal.
As the country faces its first lockdown in history, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we see SA unite as never before.
As we are all trying to come to terms with the ‘new normal’ of business, which is remote working we recommend you help your staff remain as productive as they can by helping them adjust
Leadership can be tricky at the best of times, but the ability to keep a team productive, disciplined and engaged over the next few weeks in lockdown.