What is the Gig Economy? Currently, there is no official definition of the “gig economy” but can best be described as an engagement to complete a single task or project more or less to “work on-demand”. According to the Pew Research Center on Internet and Technology, more than one-third of the U.S. workforce is officially […]
TripIt Allows you to place all travel plans (flight, rental car, hotel, restaurant reservations, tour information) in one area and share it with others in your entourage. It also informs you if you have modifications to your itinerary. Available on: Android and iOS. Hopper Tells you “when to fly and […]
There are several ways that businesses can save money to better control expenses. Here is a list of seven ways we have found that seems to work for other businesses. Small or remote office? Share office space with another company. Two or more small professional services firms can work out a […]
ALWAYS bring an extra day’s worth of clothing for the kids (and for you as well). So for a 3-day trip, bring 4 days worth of clothing. Depending on the age of the kids, have each child bring a small backpack filled with their toys and goodies for the flight. […]
Avoid using expensive luggage that says “take me” this will only attract the unsavory characters Request a hotel room that is not on the ground level Leave the TV on (but respectful of the sound level for the of your neighbors) Use the hotel safe if there is was one […]
Airlines have loyalty programs that are independent of personal frequent flier programs. Your employees will still be allowed to earn their miles as they always have but your organization can also benefit from your travel and in some cases get better pricing.