Corporate travel, both nationally and internationally, will rise on average by 1% globally in the coming months, although the increase will be very uneven in different regions, according to a report by the consulting firm. Oliver Wyman. This analysis concludes that China It will result in refunds for work-related displacements, with a down payment of 7%; followed by United Statewhich will register a 4% increase, and Australia, 3%. EuropeHowever, it will be left behind in the resumption of these flights.
employment Spain, there will be Stagnation of this activity, because according to the report, business trips will not grow and will not decrease in the coming months, while in countries like FranceAnd United kingdom NS Germany The pullback will be more pronounced, with declines of 6%, 3% and 2%, respectively, in the short term.
Conclusions of the third wave of the study Traveler opinion poll From Oliver Wyman that the effectiveness of remote work and teleconferencingcreated during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will burden the recovery of traditional business trips.
His estimates are framed in a The stage The global workforce plans to carry out its work activity remotely by 1.8 more days per week than it did before the pandemic.
The pandemic has changed the way businesses and individuals approach travel.
72% of Spanish workers and 69% of the global workforce confirm that they have reached the level of Effective cooperation through video conferencing. Additionally, 63% of Spaniards – compared to 67% globally – believe they actively work remotely.
This new way of working and holding professional meetings has changed the priorities of companies around the world, Reduce the number of repetitions that lead to business trips For its workers, a descending rhythm is already perceived by 29% of those surveyed in our country and 35% of all global workers.
Analysis highlights that this trend in business travel contradicts prospects hiking travel, with citizens who realize every time a More security to move – 33% of Spain’s population and 32% of the world’s citizens already consider it safe – and they intend to travel after the pandemic equal to or greater than before – 82% of Spaniards say they will travel more than before -.