10 Best Employee Expense Reimbursement Best Practices
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Almost everyone has a smart phone now. Can your employer save money by expecting you to use your own phone for work? What about other expenses being left for the employee like home computers and travel expenses.
When does something that costs no extra money become an expense, and should it be reimbursed? You will learn the answers to these questions and the old-fashioned basics of reimbursement.
The Shape of the Field
Rules of the Road – Reimbursement for Travel Expenses
- Federal vs. State Rules
- Getting It Just Right
- Is the Reimbursement Taxable?
- Reporting on the Wage Statement
Uniforms, Tools and Equipment
- What Travel Must Be Reimbursed (Overnight – During the Day)
- When Employees Use Their Own Cars
- Other Travel Expenses
- Is It Compensable Time?
About The Presenter
- Communications Devices
- Phone Reimbursement
- Internet, Computers and Home Office Supplies
- The "Home" in Home Office
- The Move to B.Y.O.D.
- Shareholder in Littler Mendelson P.C.’s Los Angeles/Century City Office
- Has helped many employers revise their expense reimbursement policies after the decision in Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Service, Inc
- Wrote the Littler Insight publication, We Have to Pay for What? A California Court of Appeal Issues Expansive Expense Reimbursement Ruling and co-wrote Littler’s Class Action Treatise
- Practice emphasizes wage and hour class action defense, California Private Attorneys General Act claims, family medical leave and disability accommodation issues, as well as other aspects of employment law
- An experienced speaker and provides webinars and training for clients and for Littler’s internal attorney training programs
- Named in The Best Lawyers in America©, 2007-2016; member, board of directors, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Counsel For Justice; member, board of directors, Regis House Community Center
- Graduate of UCLA Law School
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