In September of 2015, I was giving the opportunity to work in another part of the country for my company and help establish the Human Resources department in the new location. It was a chance that I jumped at, as I recently graduated with my degree in HR and was excited to flex my experiential muscles and use that expensive education. The nice thing about being young and inexperienced is that you don't know what to expect, and the expectation is that you will be able to handle whatever gets thrown at you. Well, let me give you a few tips on what I learned about traveling for work, and how to prepared yourself for a very turbulent time.
1. Ask a lot of questions and know that is expected of you;
These are just a few of the fun lessons I learned from my time traveling in Winnipeg, and I will continue to share my experiences. The days of the travelling salesmen are behind us, but the millennial generation demands more of their employer than ever, and travel is one of the those points.
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