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  1. Provides a Policy & Procedures of Employee Business Travel
  2. Provides a Flowchart of SOP Employee Business Travel
  3. Provides of Business Travel Request Form, Business Travel Expense Request Form

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SOP Employee Business Travel (Examples & Templates)

Contents :
1. Policy of Employee Business Travel
2. Procedures of Employee Business Travel
3. Flowchart of SOP Employee Business Travel
4. Business Travel Request Form
5. Business Travel Expense Request Form

The purpose of this procedure is to explain the process and stages of permitting employee business travel; procedures are carried out to ensure that business travel is carried out properly and effectively.

The business travel procedure is carried out efficiently and effectively in accordance with the needs of the company. Reporting on business travel activities is done in a systematic and accurate way.

A travel policy is essentially a company's rules and procedures that outline how their employees should approve, book, and expense travel for business purposes. Corporate travel policies are usually created by the Finance Manager and the Travel Manager and typically outline things like, if an employee can fly business class, how many weeks or business days in advance should they book their trips, or if there are certain precautions employees must take when traveling alone.

It's simple: If you want your employees to adhere to your corporate travel policy, you need to communicate the policy effectively.

Burying your corporate travel policy within another policy document is almost as good as asking for unauthorized trip bookings and incorrect expense report submissions. Getting your employees on board comes down to how well you can market and communicate the policy to your business travelers.

Here are a few tips to help you to better communicate your corporate travel policies to your employees and ensure higher compliance rates.

Firstly, if employees can't easily access your corporate travel policy document, they'll likely continue to make travel bookings without referring to it. Making sure employees can readily access the document via your HR or employee portal is the first step.

The second step is making sure that the policy is concise and easy to read. Avoid using too much jargon or legalese, and explain clearly the guidelines for travel. You might even consider dividing the policy into separate sections according to employees' roles.

Lastly, consider creating a checklist that employees can use to tick off each booking or expense submission step as they go.

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UJ Consulting

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Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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