In a new survey conducted by travel and expense management software provider Concur, 18 per cent of employees are often wary about travelling due to the receipts and expense reports that they have to fill out upon their return to a workplace.
Problems when booking rail and plane tickets, such as changes to itinerary and last-minute cancellations, also concern many business travellers.
The poll went on to reveal that the problem is so big that 23 per cent of people would turn down a new job if the work required frequent travelling, due to negative experiences.
Another six per cent of the 1,000 British businesses travellers surveyed said that the issues have led them to consider resigning on at least one occasion.
Isabel Montesdeoca, Concur's senior vice president and general manager EMEA, therefore advised: "It's important that business leaders take ownership of the travel experience for their staff in order to improve overall employee satisfaction levels."
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Source: The Sales Director News