Employees will still travel in the aftermath of 9/11, although for many, the incentive to do so is gone. So say two recent surveys, one of human resources managers conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org) and another of corporate travel managers conducted by the National Business Travel Association (www.nbta.org). Fifty-two percent of SHRM study respondents reported that employees would not consider travel as glamorous after the attacks. Thirty-seven percent ...

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