To pay or not to pay? That is the question. It's corny I know. But I just couldn't resist myself from typing it. Alright so on to the business of today. And today I bring you another installment of Bossy Office Hours. Just in case you missed the launch of this video series, this is where I answer a reader question via video. Because video makes it kinda like we're talking right? (Say yes please.)
So this week I received a question from someone who chose not be identified on the blog, which is totally cool. Their question was:
How do I determine if employee travel time is paid?"
I thought this was an excellent question and totally share-worthy. In my experience, this is a concept that can be confusing. It is also something that is done incorrectly frequently. I don't want that to happen to you. So in this week's Bossy Office Hours, I break down the very basics of when an employee should be paid for travel. I also give you a few questions to answer if you ever have to make this decision. Check it out.
Travel pay has so many different elements that I'm planning to write a blog post on this topic soon. I will link to that post here as well. So PIN this post so you can check back for the link. Or if you are on the email list, I will send it out directly to your inbox + some helpful resources (only for email subscribers) before publishing the post on the blog.
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