Corporate Traveller officially becomes, Great Place to Work Certified

 

Flight Centre Travel Group, the parent group of Corporate Traveller is proud to have officially earned Great Place to Work® Certification™ following a global employee survey.

The survey, sent to all employees around the world, asked employees what they were thinking and feeling about their role, their team and the company as a whole. It was run by a third party, Great Place to Work who are a global authority on workplace culture and conduct the same survey with other companies all over the world.

Flight Centre Travel Group General Manager of People and Culture, Melanie Barnett said achieving the certification is a nod to the people-focussed culture that Flight Centre Travel Group has always prioritised.

“Because employee feedback, as well as independent analysis determine the scores – it's great to know that it was our people that ultimately gave us this badge of honour.”

Additionally, certification gives employers a recruiting advantage by providing a globally recognised and research-backed verification of a great employee experience.

“This will be a fantastic tool for us to use to attract great talent to join the team as demand for travel remains high,” said Barnett.

Angie Forsyth, General Manager of Corporate Traveller New Zealand says when clients decide which travel management company to partner with, there are several factors considered beyond cost savings.

“Businesses are looking for partners that share common values, beliefs and visions on matters such as sustainability, ethical responsibilities, and a business culture that matches their own.

It brings us a great sense of pride that not only are our people market leaders in SME business travel, but they also contribute to Corporate Traveller being a great place to work.

Following on from this accreditation, we’ll be analysing the results and taking steps to look at any areas that need improvement, so we can become an even, ‘greater’ place to work.”

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