I need help: AT YOUR COMPANY (please state), in what cases can you travel business class for a work trip? What is your company's hotel budget per night limit? And how about for food and drink while traveling (do you get a per diem or is there is specific limit per meal)?
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- Infosys / Mgmt TfDf00moreNo to business class. 105/day hotel allowance, 45/day all other expenses. Yeah, pretty terrible. If you go over you don’t get reimbursed.
- Nope definitely in the US, and I’m a management professional that is required to travel nearly 100%. Travel to a southern state recently ran me $110 a night after taxes and fees, and that was cheap. Anywhere I’m paid to be is going to be more than $105, so I go out of pocket and apply for FAANG at the same time.
YOE Too many for this shit
- Any flight 4,500 miles+ is eligible for business class.
Food suggested limit ~$75/day. I think the hotel guidance is $300/night but it’s more flexible in expensive cities.
Most importantly, Concur is configured in the most employee-friendly way possible, and you don’t have to itemize your hotel receipts.
- BCG Digital Ventures jwtn63Any flight over 90 min is business
No per diem, as long as its “within reason”
- You can book business if you travel 8 hours straight for two separate round trips or if you’re a manager. $75/day per diem.
- Cisco VKFU58No allowances for business/first class unless you have an easy to get doctors note then HR will update the employees travel profile to permit it. I do think it should be permitted to book premium economy at the minimum.
Hotels or Airbnb within reason. We use concur and it has pretty good pricing for most nice hotels.
Per diem $100/day which I believe is rather low and should be doubled given the locations we travel to are very expensive and add up quickly. Exemption is if with a customer then there is no real limit. Again within reason but i've had $500 meals for two without question.