1 Schneider Electric Global Business Travel Policy Schneider Electric Page 1/25
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3 Contents A. General Matters 5 A1. PURPOSE & SCOPE 5 A2. OWNERSHIP & ENDORSEMENT 6 A3. SECURITY AND SAFETY OF TRAVELLERS 7 B. Reservation Process 8 B1. USE OF APPROVED TRAVEL AGENCY 8 B2. USE OF ONLINE BOOKING TOOL 8 B3. TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION PROCESS 8 B4. TRAVELLER PROFILE 9 C. Air Booking 10 C1. BOOKING CLASS 10 C2. VENDOR & FARE SELECTION PRIVATE PLANES C3. TRAVELLER FLEXIBILITY OPTIONS 12 C4. OTHER RULES 13 D. Rail Booking 14 D1. RAIL TRAVEL CLASS BOOKING RULE 14 D2. OTHER RULES 14 FREQUENT TRAVELLER MILEAGE POINT PROGRAMS 14 RAIL VS AIR 14 ELECTRONIC TICKETS 14 E. Hotel Reservations 15 E1. HOTEL CLASS BOOKING RULE 15 E2. OTHER RULES 15 BOOKING THROUGH THE AGENCY 15 FREQUENT GUEST POINT PROGRAMS 16 F. Car Rental & Other Ground Transportation 17 F1. USAGE 17 GROUND TRANSPORTATION USAGE 17 CAR TRAVEL VS AIR OR RAIL TRAVEL 17 Schneider Electric Page 3/25
4 F2. BOOKING CLASS CAR RENTAL CLASS/SIZE BOOKING RULE F3. VENDOR & RATE SELECTION NEGOCIATED FARE REQUIREMENTS G. Other Travel Related Expenses 20 G1. REIMBURSABLE CHARGES 20 TRAVEL RELATED EXPENSES20 G2. NON-REIMBURSABLE CHARGES 21 H. Expense Management & Monitoring 22 H1. FORM OF PAYMENT CREDIT CARD AND OTHER FORMS OF PAYMENT H2. EXPENSE MANAGEMENT & REPORTING 22 I. Security 23 I1. TOOLS & TRACKING TRAVELLER TRACKING I2. TRAVEL INSURANCE 23 I3. INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS & ENTRY DOCUMENTATION INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REGULATIONS AND INOCULATIONS J. Communication & Monitoring/Enforcement 25 Schneider Electric Page 4/25
5 A. General Matters It is important to note the most effective means of reducing travel costs is to not travel at all. This may include utilizing video conferencing, conference calling, or ing alternatives. When travel is required however, travellers must adhere to the Schneider Electric and their local attributes. A1. PURPOSE & SCOPE PURPOSE OF THE POLICY Objective of the Schneider Electric Business Travel Policy is to provide travel solutions that: - optimize the overall travel process - ensure traveller safety and security - reduce the Schneider Electric Carbon Footprint - allow better business travel productivity - provide better control of travel expenses - clarify rules for reaching a full compliance of employees with the Business Travel Policy BALANCE OF TRAVELS AND ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS In a global organisation, such as Schneider Electric, there is an operational necessity for people to regularly meet personally face to face. However spending excessive amounts of time away from the office can be counter productive to some extent for certain jobs. Before travelling, each employee must strongly consider alternative methods such as video, web and telephone conferences. When travel is confirmed, local Entity rules are to be applied while minimizing the number of people travelling. Managers are responsible for reviewing and approving the travel plans of their direct reports. Travellers should consider alternative methods of participation (video conferencing, etc) before confirming travel and should make every effort to limit the number of travellers who must attend each event. Any travel involving more than 1 Schneider Electric employee from the same department must obtain a specific multi-travellers pre-approval from Management. POLICY SCOPE, ALIGNMENT and FAIRNESS This document describes the global compulsory Schneider Electric guidelines, in coherence with the Company's values Each Entity will detail and update its own Policy in full compliance with these guidelines and local regulations Local Entity will look for convergence of rules inside a same geographical area The rules and guidelines put forth in this travel policy document apply to all travellers in all entities (Including all subsidiaries) Each employee must follow strictly the travel policy of the entity he/she belongs to All rules will be fully transparent and fair regarding employees Schneider Electric Page 5/25
6 COMPLIANCE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF TRAVELLERS AND MANAGERS This policy covers all SE employees worldwide. Each employee is responsible for his/her travelling purpose and decisions and has to obtain pre-authorization to travel from his/her manager when needed (see Entity detailed rules) This pre-authorization process applies also to risk management concerning specific countries (Central information provided by Security Department). The Security Department classifies risk countries depending on their level of risk. All travels to red-risk classified country must be formally approved by the country manager (of the destination country) and by the Group Security Department before departure. In order to be well prepared, Schneider Electric intranet tools on security matters gives some specific advices that must be read prior to any travel. The traveller is fully responsible for all confidential business data and documents he/she may take with him/her. This confidential data/documents must be kept safe and secure at all times throughout the journey The employee s manager is responsible for reviewing the employee s expenses reports and ensures compliance with his Entity Travel Policy. The traveller and the manager share the responsibility to ensure that each journey is undertaken in the most cost effective manner, taking into consideration the business need for the journey, the cost of available travel options and the comfort, safety, security and convenience for the traveller. Travelling outside of the rules & guidelines set forth in this travel policy will encounter post-trip consequences including sanctions determined by each Entity. A2. OWNERSHIP & ENDORSEMENT OWNERSHIP This travel policy was created and is owned by Schneider Electric Global Human Resources ENDORSEMENT Executive Vice President Global Human Resources and Executive Committee have approved the document. UPDATE OF THE POLICY This travel policy will be reviewed and/or updated periodically (once a year) by the SE Global Human Resources with the managerial entities. Schneider Electric Page 6/25
7 A3. SECURITY AND SAFETY OF TRAVELLERS The Safety and Security of each Schneider Electric Employee is the first and permanent concern to the company. General rules: Each traveller can readily obtain access to in-depth and updated Safety & Security information in order to prepare travelling in best conditions. The location of each international traveller is easily traceable at any time. This enables assistance to be effectively provided should any security or safety issue occur. Traveller tracking is limited to train / flight and hotel registrations for business activity. Each traveller is under a specific insurance policy, provided by the Group or Entity. This insurance policy covers medical emergency and repatriation. The Group Security and Safety Department will provide all relevant information concerning temporary geographical risks. Travel limitations are to be defined accordingly In order to support these rules, some dedicated Web & Intranet tools have been set-up by the company and by approved travel agencies. The use of these tools, when preparing travel abroad, is mandatory for all travellers and managers. Each Schneider Electric Entity/ destination country is accountable for giving, to travellers and managers, all appropriate information about specific local regulation or security rules to observe. To be defined by local entity Schneider Electric Page 7/25
8 B. Reservation Process This Reservation process applies to all arrangements concerning the Business Travel (Air, Rail, Hotels, car rental ) and policy has to be applied in any case. If for some reason it is not possible to follow the reservation process, then pre-approval of management or a post-travel detailed explanation are required. B1. USE OF APPROVED TRAVEL AGENCY It is mandatory that travellers make all travel reservations through the approved Travel Agency This can be done through the Intranet Online booking tool of the Agency Booking through Internet or unauthorised agents or directly with a supplier runs the risk of nonoptimized cost for the Company from a purchasing point of view and safety issues for the travellers (Traveller tracking and security requirements on Air, Hotels..) If available, the usage of after hours/emergency service centre is allowed in emergency situations only. Detailed after hours/emergency services are provided locally. B2. USE OF ONLINE BOOKING TOOL Travellers are expected to use the most efficient and cost-effective booking method for making travel reservations. When available, the use of the approved Online Booking Tool connected to the Travel agency is mandatory for simple travel (point to point travel). B3. TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION PROCESS Travel authorization/approval is required for all travellers according to Entity rules In any case, travel authorization/approval is to be obtained from the direct line manager Delegation from the Direct Manager to any other personnel should be exceptional The manager is expected to control all Business Travel choices and expenses made by his/her direct reports Additional authorisation levels can be applied according to local Entity rules Schneider Electric Page 8/25
9 B4. TRAVELLER PROFILE TRAVELLER PROFILE REQUIREMENT It is mandatory that all travellers have a traveller profile in order to effectuate reservations. It is the traveller s responsibility to ensure that the information in their travel profile held by the Travel Agency is updated. For reporting matters, the travellers profile must specify the employee code, the entity code and the cost centre. DATA SECURITY & CONFIDENTIALITY The traveller profile contains personal data collected only for the purpose of making travel reservations. Schneider Electric takes the commitment to keep personal information on employees confidential. This confidentiality commitment implies that for each local implementation of the, the local legislation regarding the personal data protection is fully respected. In that respect, the Schneider Electric Global Personal Data Protection Committee ensures, via its worldwide correspondents network that all personal data in Schneider Electric are constantly under protection. For any questions regarding personal data protection, the Committee can be contacted at the following address: Schneider Electric Page 9/25
10 C. Air Booking C1. BOOKING CLASS The approved Travel Agency will offer the lowest airfare in the appropriate class consistent with travel needs and requested itinerary. ECONOMY CLASS BOOKING RULE Our policy is to travel Economy class for single flights 6 hours and under. Temporary modification: : by decision of the Excom, and until the end of March 2015, the only booking Class is Economy whatever the status of the Traveller. ECONOMY PLUS/PREMIUM CLASS BOOKING RULE Economy Plus/Premium class air travel is allowed for: Continuous intercontinental flights that exceed time parameter of 6 hours (one segment duration). If Economy Plus/Premium class is not available on the route, Economic Class remains mandatory. The approved travel agencies or online booking tool will provide all relevant information concerning the available routes. BUSINESS CLASS BOOKING RULE Business class travel is only permitted for flights greater than 6 hours and if the person has been nominated by an Excom member to be on the Executive Traveller list which is held by Global HR & Purchasing, or has been granted a Business flight as an exception by an Excom member (special dispensation). Schneider Electric Page 10/25
11 A special dispensation must be notified, by and by the Excom member, to the concerned Travel Agency and for each travel to be booked. A business Class travel can be booked for medical reasons. In that case, the traveller must provide a medical dispensation (established by a physician) to the concerned HR department manager. This medical dispensation must mention that a travel in Economy or Economy Plus/Premium class is not possible and must mention the period concerned by the dispensation. The HR manager will inform the concerned Travel Agency ( ) that the employee is authorized to book Business for medical reasons. FIRST CLASS BOOKING RULE First class air travel is strictly forbidden. Temporary modification of the flight booking scheme: How to handle tickets already booked? If the trip is not considered as Business Essential, the ticket must be cancelled, even if it is a non refundable one. If the ticket is booked in Premium Eco or Business Class, and the trip is considered as Business Essential, the ticket must be exchanged to an Economy one. Dispensations (medical reason or specific reason formally validated by an Excom member) The ticket must be booked offline. C2. VENDOR & FARE SELECTION ADVANCED PURCHASE REQUIREMENT Advanced purchase of air travel reservations is mandatory at least 14 days prior to travel for domestic and continental flights, 21 days for intercontinental flights. Exception can be allowed for unexpected meetings or validated special cases approved by your manager. The impact of such a rule is very significant at Group level. RESTRICTED FARE REQUIREMENTS The use of non-refundable flight tickets is recommended according to local Entity regulations and rules. Airlines allow changes to reservations up to the date of departure for a stated change fee. LOW COST SUPPLIERS In many markets, Low Cost Carriers offer similar itineraries and service at reduced rates. Usage of these Low Cost Carriers is strongly recommended. Only companies that are considered safe by the approved travel agency will be proposed to travellers. Schneider Electric Page 11/25
12 CONFLICT BETWEEN SELECTED SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SUPPLIERS AND LOWEST FARES The traveller will respect strictly the airfares policies of Schneider Electric. In the case of a conflict between an airfare offered by a Schneider Electric selected supplier, and a lower fare offered by another supplier, travellers must select the lowest fare obtained by the selected supplier. This rule is in alignment with the Global Purchasing Contract and optimizes costs at a Group level. * The list of selected suppliers will be set up and communicated officially by the Purchasing Department. This list will be regularly updated to ensure the best conditions to travellers PRIVATE PLANES The use of private charter aircraft should always remain an exception and must require the authorization of an Executive Committee member. In some situations and countries, the use of chartered planes may be necessary and unavoidable for operational reasons. All such charters will require an authorization by the Country Manager (of the destination country) C3. TRAVELLER FLEXIBILITY OPTIONS NON-DIRECT ROUTING In some cases lower fares may be available by accepting a connection, or non-direct routing. recommended that the traveller accepts this option. It is DECLINE LOW FARE FOR UPGRADE It is critical to reserve the lowest available airfare for all flights provided control of the total cost of the travel and general comfort and safety rules defined upstream. Travellers may not decline this lowest fare. Travellers must not decline the lowest fare in order to book a higher fare which allows for a frequent flyer upgrade to be used. VOLUNTARY ITINERARY CHANGES The voluntary changing of tickets provided by the concerned into cash or lower class tickets plus cash for personal gain is not permitted. OPEN RETURN TICKETS An open return ticket will often result in an increased airfare. Open return tickets are not allowed. Schneider Electric Page 12/25
13 C4. OTHER RULES FREQUENT FLYER MILEAGE POINTS PROGRAMS Travellers are allowed to participate in frequent flyer mileage point programs. Frequent flyer mileage earned while travelling on company business may be used for personal travel All flights must be booked based on cost-effectiveness, not the employee s personal preference or ability to gain frequent flyer credit. All additional fees related to non-free memberships, access to non-free lounge clubs, seat change or other services will not be reimbursed. If the traveller wishes it, he can offer his / her flyer mileage to Airlines awarded foundations ELECTRONIC TICKETS Use of electronic tickets (e-tickets) is mandatory wherever they are available. EMPLOYEES TRAVELLING TOGETHER In order to ensure business continuity, a manager cannot travel on the same flight with more than 2 of his direct reports. Responsible management should ensure that a majority of their travellers do not travel together on the same flight. Schneider Electric Page 13/25
14 D. Rail Booking D1. RAIL TRAVEL CLASS BOOKING RULE Rules will be adapted by each Entity, taking into consideration travel time for business work and the local context and existing local regulations. French Example: (to update in all countries) Booking Rules: Advance booking: reserve between 3 weeks and 3 months before departure Trip < 3h30 train is mandatory unless if more expensive If the employee buys more than 6 trip per year, he / she has to buy a subscription D2. OTHER RULES FREQUENT TRAVELLER MILEAGE POINT PROGRAMS Travellers are allowed to participate in frequent traveller mileage point programs so long as no cost is incurred, and so long as this doesn t create higher prices for Schneider Electric. Frequent traveller mileage earned while travelling on company business may be used for personal travel. RAIL VERSUS AIR Often, it is less expensive and more environmentally friendly to select rail travel over air travel. Travellers will examine the possibility to choose Rail when relevant. ELECTRONIC TICKETS Use of electronic tickets (e-tickets) is mandatory wherever they are available. Schneider Electric Page 14/25
15 E. Hotel Reservations E1. HOTEL CLASS BOOKING RULE The travel Agency or the online booking tool will assist travellers in finding appropriate accommodation. It is mandatory that travellers book an hotel compliant with the travel policy and respecting the city caps in using the travel agency or, when existing, the online booking tool. A compliant hotel list will include identified international and domestic hotels. Exceptions can be allowed if no compliant hotels are available. In this case, travellers may book a hotel with a maximum price per night that is validated at Country level. FRENCH EXAMPLE: INTERNATIONAL Hotels: City caps of the visited country or region are to be respected. HTML link to city caps E2. OTHER RULES BOOKING THROUGH THE AGENCY Making hotel reservations through the approved Travel Agency or Self Booking Tool enables Schneider Electric to successfully leverage total hotel volume for future negotiations and most importantly, it enables the company to better locate its employees in the event of an emergency situation. Schneider Electric Page 15/25
16 Booking through the travel agency or Online Booking tool is mandatory for all trips. All reasonable efforts to avoid excessive charges for hotel rooms must be made. To avoid potential penalties, fees or incorrect charges, both the rate and departure date should be verified during check-in. The Company will not reimburse for room cancellation fees / no show fees unless there is a valid business reason. FREQUENT GUEST POINT PROGRAMS Travellers may participate in frequent guest point programs However, the traveller s desire to earn frequent guest points cannot be a reason for selection Frequent guest points earned while travelling on company business may be used for personal travel. Schneider Electric Page 16/25
17 F. Car Rental & Other Ground Transportation F1. USAGE GROUND TRANSPORTATION USAGE Travellers are expected to select the lowest cost ground transportation option for business travel. As such, car rentals are permitted. Each entity will define the threshold for car rental versus personal car use. Drivers must ensure they have an appropriate licence for the visited country and are familiar with local traffic regulations. The agency will provide all relevant information concerning the local rental contract options to be applied. Usage of taxis or public transportation or specific transportation means is mandatory where traveller safety concerns may exist. To be determined by local entities When arriving from a large time difference flight, or long journey, traveller will not use personal or rental ground transportation for safety reasons. To be determined by local entities CAR TRAVEL VERSUS AIR OR RAIL TRAVEL For security and safety reasons, long car trips and car trips in risky areas are prohibited Local Entity rules to be applied See updated information provided by security department for risky areas French Example: Mandatory Rules: Category ECO Mandatory : category B <3 =S= travellers Category Compact authorised : superior 3 travellers =S= EcoDriving : In order to make savings, the traveller has to refuel before the car restitution Avoid the car rental in airport. Schneider Electric Page 17/25
18 French Specificities For your professional trip Under 100km (single trip or round trip in a day) you can use your personal car or public transports. Superior at 100 km (single trip or round trip in a day) you have to use a short term car rental or the public transports when they are available. Short Term Car Rental Cars from the category B are mandatory. For the other categories, you have to respect the recommendations. Write behind the rental invoice the passengers identity, their company in case of superior class rental. See the EuropCar rental Guide. Back from an international trip For a traveller who has made a trip with a jetlag superior to 4 hours, or a flight superior to 6 hours, it is forbidden to drive as per the Schneider Electric security policy. The traveller will take the public transports if they are available, or a taxi. Schneider Electric Page 18/25
19 F2. BOOKING CLASS CAR RENTAL CLASS/SIZE BOOKING RULE Short term car rental will be strictly adapted to the need in term of size (number of people) and distance. The lowest category answering this requirement will be chosen. F3. VENDOR & RATE SELECTION NEGOCIATED FARE REQUIREMENTS Schneider Electric Group has established negotiated discounted car rental and other ground transportation rates with specific suppliers. Usage of these rates is mandatory in all cases. Booking non group selected car rental and other ground transportation suppliers/rates is not allowed except when selected suppliers are not available. Schneider Electric Page 19/25
20 G. Other Travel Related Expenses G1. REIMBURSABLE CHARGES TRAVEL RELATED EXPENSES The following incremental expenses are normally reimbursable when they are directly related to business travel: Meals Passport & visa fees Parking Tolls Business office expenses (Internet connection, fax, copies, mailing.) Currency conversion fees Laundry, dry cleaning, suit pressing for long trips (more than 5 Business days) Certain expenses may be claimed whilst travelling on company business. Specific policy and guidelines on expenses are available in the entities. MEALS Entities must set a clear rule and limitations for meal expenses Three cases should be distinguished: Employee meals when travelling alone Group of employee meals for business internal purposes Meals with external people (customers, suppliers, partners.) In the second and third case, the following rule will be applied: When more than one Schneider Electric employee is present, the highest-ranking employee of the group should pay with his / her corporate card and report the expenses on his / her expense report. A manager should not have a subordinate incur the expense for a group meal. When a Schneider company restaurant is available on a Schneider site, the traveller must choose it and not report the invoice on the expense report FRENCH EXAMPLE Schneider Electric Page 20/25
21 G2. NON-REIMBURSABLE CHARGES All expenses that are not in direct relation with the Business Travel will not be reimbursed by the Company. Detailed list to be established by each Entity when needed Schneider Electric Page 21/25
22 H. Expense Management & Monitoring H1. FORM OF PAYMENT CREDIT CARD AND OTHER FORMS OF PAYMENT It is mandatory that Business travel expenses directly incurred by travellers will be paid using the individual company corporate card when available and accepted by the establishments. Use of Company Corporate Card is not allowed for personal expenses. H2. EXPENSE MANAGEMENT & REPORTING The traveller will report his/her expenses on a monthly basis for manager approval. Managers will do a monthly follow-up of travel expenses. Schneider Electric Page 22/25
23 I. Security I1. TOOLS & TRACKING TRAVELLER TRACKING Schneider Electric security tracking tools and services are provided by an approved travel agency. That s why, in order to ensure traveller security, booking through the agency or the self booking tool is mandatory in addition with self-declaration on the dedicated tracking tool (if required by local travel policy). AIR CARRIERS SELECTION For international flights, the approved travel agency will never propose any officially black-listed companies to travellers. For domestic flights, only companies that are considered safe by the approved travel agency will be proposed to travellers. The approved agency will provide the traveller with all relevant information. I2. TRAVEL INSURANCE All international travellers are granted security and medical emergency assistance with repatriation if necessary. All information about insurance policy, and procedures in case of emergency, are locally provided to travellers under country liability. To be defined by local entities Schneider Electric Page 23/25
24 I3. INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS & ENTRY DOCUMENTATION INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REGULATIONS AND INOCULATIONS Before departure, all international travellers must be aware about health regulations and recommended inoculations for countries they are visiting. Updated information is locally provided either through the approved travel agencies websites, or through dedicated Schneider Electric intranet tools o To be adapted by local entities As a minimum, World Health Organization recommendations (available on WHO internet website) have to be followed by international travellers. Frequent Travellers may benefit from a specific health care follow-up To be defined by local Entities Mandatory before travelling - Register on the International SOS website: mandatory when you travel to a RED or ORANGE country highly recommended for other trips - Consult Schneider Electric intranet for security advices Access path: Swebi Useful Links: Travel Security Travel Policy & Procedures Travel Guidelines For the procedure details, please go to the Schneider Electric Security website EMERGENCY SITUATIONS Prior to their travel, all international travellers must consider eventual emergency situations that may occur during their mission. In order to be well prepared, Schneider Electric intranet tools on security matters give specific advice that must be read prior to departure. International travellers must ensure that they can be contacted rapidly and easily and that they are able to reach key people such as: Emergency phone number provided by Schneider for emergency security and medical assistance (according to specific insurance policy for international travels) Their direct manager Their human resources manager Their citizen-related embassy in the country they have to go to The country security manager or OD security manager or group security manager These phone numbers must be stored on the traveller s cell-phone, and a hard copy (printed copy) of these numbers must be kept handy at all times throughout the journey. A copy of passports, driving licence and other relevant official documents should be made and stored separately from the originals. Schneider Electric Page 24/25
25 J. Communication & Monitoring/Enforcement J1. COMMUNICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF POLICY It is the responsibility of each traveller to comply with this policy and to justify exceptions with adequate and reasonable explanations. To facilitate knowledge of and compliance with the stated rules & guidelines of this policy, this policy is accessible on the Corporate and Entity Intranet sites. It is the responsibility of each entity to communicate the updated travel policy to their employees Local Human Resources Departments will communicate the information to all employees at each update of documents. Managers will ensure that information has been received and understood by his/her direct reports J2. MONITORING, CONTROL AND ENFORCEMENT OF POLICY The Human resources Departments of the local entities are the owners of the local entity business travel policies, rules and procedures. An annual review (minimum) will be done to update all relative documents At global group level, under the leadership of Schneider Electric global Human Resources, the business travel policy committee will ensure a regular review of all available policies and documents in order to ensure a permanent coherence and work on convergence of local Entity policies Schneider Electric Page 25/25
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