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based on fixed costs (such as insurance premiums, license and registration fees, taxes and depreciation) as well as variable costs (such as gas, oil, maintenance, and tire wear). A personalized program is also beneficial to your employees because it can be automated with technology, allowing your mobile employees to be more productive and focus on revenue-generating activities out in the field. Reimbursing your mobile employees based on where and how much they drive will help your business achieves hard cost savings. In addition, your employees will get valuable time back in their day. No lawsuits. No taxes. Simply a fair, compliant policy that generates cost savings and equality across your mobile workforce. It's a win-win situation for everyone. We've discussed how modern HR Leaders are now more influential members of the C-Suite. It's important for HR leaders to feel empowered and gain trust from your Finance Leader to implement fair, equitable, and winning policies that impact your entire business. There's never been a better time to put this into action. The last thing your business needs is to neglect fairness within the workplace and end up dealing with a headache like what we've seen recently in the news. It's time to start reconsidering your current mileage reimbursement policy. Fair, compliant, and cost-effective mileage reimbursement programs save your business money and your employees time. Interested in implementing a new mileage reimbursement policy for your business? Section V Applying These Strategies See How Motus Can Help Choose a fair and accurate mileage reimbursement program with Motus The HR Leader's Guide to Implementing New Policy

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