Strategic or on Autopilot? How Is Your EBT Program Performing?
Posted by: Jennifer White, Manager, Consulting Solutions
As the mobility landscape continues to evolve, is your program keeping pace? Extended Business Travelers (EBTs) are on the rise as organizations seek cost-effective alternatives to long-term assignments and employees look for flexible career development opportunities that do not involve a longer-term move.
Cartus’ recent pulse survey takes a look at the unique challenges facing organizations as they manage EBTs, and the steps you can take to make your program more strategic when supporting this growing population of employees.
Is Your EBT Program Where It Needs to Be?
Despite three-quarters of survey respondents indicating that EBTs will rise over the next few years, only one-third have a formal EBT policy in place, and 78% of companies are not using a tool to track EBTs. With EBT opportunities, and challenges, on the rise—tax compliance, immigration, and tracking—this is clearly an area that organizations need to focus on.
Download our pulse survey report, Strategic or on Autopilot? How Is Your EBT Program Performing?, to find out how your industry peers are managing EBTs. Among the key findings of the pulse survey report, you’ll learn:
- How companies are defining EBTs
- Which area of the company is managing EBTs
- Most common support provided to EBTs
- The top countries that companies are sending EBTs
- Five key takeaways to take control of your EBT program
If you would like to discuss how we can help you make your EBT program more strategic, or to review the pulse survey findings in more depth, contact your Cartus representative, or email us at email@example.com.
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