New Rules for Flying in a Pandemic
Post by : Admin on Feb 11,2021
When traveling by plane, the fear of Covid-19 will always be present. With so many people crowded into the airport and then seated in a confined space, the fear is merited. New rules have been implemented by the government as recommended by the CDC. The key to ending the pandemic is that we all strive to do our part to decrease the spread so everyone can resume traveling peacefully. You’ve probably already noticed the various measures now required for air travel. When you get to the ai...
Video Conference Meeting Etiquette
Post by : Admin on Feb 04,2021
While Zoom meetings have existed since 2011, it wasn’t until the pandemic arrived in 2020 that many people first learned of Zoom. Working from home thrust the app company into mass usage as employees began working from home. In the span of less than a year, virtual team meetings have become a part of the daily work routine for millions of workers. Whether you use Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams or Go-To-Meeting as a platform, professional conduct while participating in video c...
Breeze Through the Airport Like a Pro
Post by : Admin on Jan 28,2021
traveling causes anxiety. Learn some of the tips and tricks that frequent flyers use to make the airport experience less stressful by understanding how things work. Arrive at the airport with expectations and a plan. Arriving and departing the airport can be much less stressful if you eliminate the parking situation. No more looking for a spot, waiting for a tram, loading your luggage into the tram and making the loop around the airport. Use a chauffeured car service to be dropped off in fron...
Work from Home - Is it Here to Stay?
Post by : Admin on Jan 21,2021
Before the COVID-19 crisis arrived, many companies had experimented to some degree with remote working conditions. While the intentions were good, the idea didn’t really catch in the way that companies might have envisioned. The pandemic basically crammed the idea down the throats of Corporate America as tens of millions of people transitioned to work-from-home mode virtually overnight. No matter what industry you work in, things changed. The one service we need the most right now is h...
Leisure Travel Begins a Return
Post by : Admin on Jan 15,2021
The pandemic has clearly changed the world. Today, we will share some factors that business leaders should keep in mind as they pivot to a new sense of normalcy and consider the return of corporate travel. Since March of 2020, business leaders have scrambled to adapt to some extraordinary circumstances in the areas of HR Management, Customer Service, Product Delivery, Client Retention and Communications. Entering 2021 has not stopped the pandemic. Yet, we have hope on the horizon as the dist...
Post-COVID Travel: Are You Ready?
Post by : Admin on Jan 07,2021
Whether you traveled for business weekly or several times a year before the arrival of COVID-19, we assume you are ready to return to travel by now. The entire hospitality industry has missed you. From restaurants to hotels, car services to airlines, we all miss our corporate travelers. There have been massive adjustments by all of us who provide service for corporate travelers. Ecko Worldwide Transportation Group is proud of our efforts to provide a safe, clean ride. In fact, we were one of...
Welcome to a Year of Hope
Post by : Admin on Jan 04,2021
Welcome to 2021 and what is hopefully a kinder year than 2020 was. They say that hindsight is 20-20. With that in mind, let us not look back over our shoulder at where we have been but rather, look forward to where we are going. We clearly learned how to live and survive in a pandemic. Just because the year changed from 2020 to 2021 does not mean the pandemic no longer exists. But, more importantly, as we arrive in 2021, we arrive with hope. The hope exists with modern medicine and scien...
Good Riddance 2020
Post by : Admin on Dec 23,2020
One year ago this week, we had so much promise ahead of us as we prepared to enter into 2020. The year 2020 had such a nice sound to it. TWENTY-TWENTY. It was a year that sounded so futuristic back in the 60’s and 70’s. We had so much hope for what the futuristic 2020 would deliver to us. What 2020 actually delivered was the equivalent of two black eyes, a bloody nose and a few broken ribs. 2020 arrived simply enough like the beginning of each new year. We had new goals, new resol...
Monitoring Depression in the Pandemic
Post by : Admin on Dec 18,2020
One of the nasty side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is depression, anxiety and fear of the unknown future. As salons, restaurants, bars, gyms and other businesses have closed, the opportunities to socialize with fellow humans has been dramatically reduced and is not within our control. Since we have been asked to “socially distance” since March in hope that we can get the virus under control, many people feel isolated and alone. What used to be a quick trip to the grocery store ma...