Posts Tagged ‘reimbursement’

Need to Reimburse Restaurant Employees for Non-Slip Black Shoes? Court Says No

When must employers reimburse employees’ expenses? It depends, of course, on the circumstances. As previously reported, some employees submit unusual and even hilarious expense reports for items like kids clothing, Super Bowl tickets, cat litter and even a cow. Sometimes, it’s obvious when employers don’t have to reimburse an employee (sorry, you probably need to […]

31 Jul 19 - Workplace Policies - James W. Ward - No CommentsRead More »

Employees’ Expens(ive) Reimbursement Requests

Is a trip to Italy what you expect to see when an employee submits an expense report? How about a brand-new motorcycle? A yacht? A chicken statue with a top hat? Employers reported these very real expense reimbursement submissions in a recent Robert Half survey. Fifty-six percent of employers have seen an increase of “inappropriate […]

8 Jul 19 - Reporting Requirements - Mike McCluskey - No CommentsRead More »