How This Impacts Mobility
The changing workforce, especially during these stressful times, requires rethinking of many previously establish employee policies. Expense reimbursement of employee business expenses are impacted by the Department of Labor, FSLA statutes, state laws and code sections of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A well-written remote work expense reimbursement policy will detail which expenses qualify for reimbursement under which scenarios, and should detail the process for requesting reimbursement, and explain the substantiation required. Employers should evaluate the laws at the location of their workers, and confirm that the payment process stays in statutory compliance and ensures non-taxable treatment of all reimbursements.
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