Employer has not reimbursed expenses for months.

My employer has not repaid my travel reimbursement expenses since August 2003. It is now Feb 2004. The amount totals $15,000. I am still employed with them. They just give me the run around---they are giving it to other salesman in the company as well. This is not a small company it is a multi-million dollar company. We've all quit traveling but they still haven't paid us. What is our recourse???

1 answer  |  asked Feb 9, 2004 11:04 AM [EST]  |  applies to Georgia

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Brian Pastor
Reimburable Expenses

Your best bet may be to band together and bring a suit for reimbursabl expenses as a group. While they would be required to pay them (as long as your policy manual or other documentation indicates they do reimburse such), you are better off for job security reasons to band together. Nevertheless, since most states are employment-at-will, you may have some risk at bringing the lawsuit. I can only speak for Georgia - no other state. It is impossible to judge the risk of retaliation without having a one on one consultation.

posted by Brian Pastor  |  Feb 9, 2004 11:27 AM [EST]

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