Re: Compensation for commuting? was RE: seating arrangements
$So, in addition to losing $5-10,000 per year in pay for commuting
$expenses, the employee in question has also had their per-hour wage
$diluted because of the additional 38% increase in work hours.
You're assuming here, of course, that Ola's being paid a salary. If the pay is hourly, the per hour wage may not be affected.
The question then becomes this. Is the extra pay enough to compensate for the added expense of commuting and any other expenses (e.g., additional work wardrobe) that are now incurred because Ola's now working in the work place.
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