Paying employees for their travel time and dealing with subsequent reimbursements and deductions can be one of the most confusing parts of HR and payroll administration.
When must you pay hourly workers for time in cars and Ubers, or a drive to a second worksite, or on an airplane? What about paying for on-call time or waiting time or rest and meal periods? And when could your travel reimbursements be considered taxable wages?
Organizations need to update their travel and reimbursement policies to cover all the new post-pandemic questions of who travels, when travel is appropriate, and what accommodations you must offer employees.
In this newly updated workshop, learn how to update your travel policy for 2022 and discover the legally safe steps to compensate and reimburse your traveling employees. Mistakes can lead to million-dollar class-action lawsuits and a career black eye for you. Know the HR and payroll rules before employees head out the door.