Asked on 1 November
We are working on defining a candidate reimbursement policy and would like to understand the different reimbursement practices companies have in place for candidates interviewing in person.
1. Does your company reimburse candidates for their travel to interviews if they are local? Does it vary depending on the seniority of the candidate? (Subway, gas, train, etc.)
2. What does your company cover when a candidate is travelling from outside the local area? Does it vary depending on the seniority of the candidate? (Air ticket, car to and from the airport at departure city and arrival city, airport parking costs, meals, car mileage and gas if travelling from a far distance)
Thank you for your inputs.
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