Re: Child care as a travel expense

Subject: Re: Child care as a travel expense
From: Wendy Putman <wputman -at- CASTLETON -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 14:00:33 -0700

As I didn't see this message come up, I'm assuming it
disappeared into the ether ...

> Fellow techwrhirlers,
>
> I'd like to know what companies' policies are re reimbursing people
> for extra child care expenses when one is asked to travel on business.
> When I submitted my expense report from my last trip, my company held
> back my child care claim, saying that we don't have a policy and need
> to see what industry standard is. The result, last time I asked, was
> that other companies "have never come across this situation before,"
> and many companies don't have policies on this.
>
> So my question is:
> Does your company have a policy about this, and what is it:
> * Is there a set rate or maximum amount?
> * Do single-parent families get the same consideration as
> double-parent families?
>
> If you want to send info to me directly, I'll summarize it for the
> list.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Wendy Putman, Technical Writer
> Castleton Network Systems, Burnaby, BC
> Tel: (604) 293-0039 / Internal: 722-5432
> Email: wputman -at- castleton -dot- com
>




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