These are just some inspirational ideas to keep your clients (and you and your travel advisor team) stoking the fires of enthusiasm for the travel opportunities that lay at the end of the tunnel.
ACTA will be reviewing the most up to date information on Government HR programs that are available for employers and employees.
Agency owners, travel advisors, and independent contractors all have options available.
The site will serve as an easy-to-navigate resource with ongoing updates and information to help for travel professionals.
Several counts relating to the administrative burden on agencies would be updated, the Ontario government announced Tuesday, but what could be deemed as the most significant sticking point was ignored.
President and CEO Zane Kerby said the association has set it sites on another problem, one that has plagued advisors before the COVID-19 epidemic and has now been exacerbated by it—credit card chargebacks.
ASTA provides application updates for targeted industry relief, as the CARES Act marks a victory for both agency owners and independent contractors (ICs).
ACTA is pushing for the 16 week period issued for the Emergency Relief Fund to be extended.
ACTA has received over 2,000 letters from concerned travel advisors and delivered them to the doorstep of the Prime Minister, the COVID-19 Cabinet Committee Members, MPs, MPPs, and MLA’s Prime Minister, the MPS and elected officials.
What’s unique about this package is that in addition to including wage earners, is its specific reference to full time and part time contractors and self-employed Canadians who don’t normally qualify for employment insurance.