Bleisure trips | Is this rising trend something HR should be worried about?

Is this rising trend something HR should be worried about?
Is this rising trend something HR should be worried about?

A recent news story whereby a Citibank employee was sacked after expensing his partner’s lunch whilst on a work trip has shed light on an interesting question: Is it ever ok for employees to make work trips into a holiday?

Likely, this worker thought their business trip to Amsterdam would be a great opportunity for their partner to join, so they can spend time in the city in the evenings when he wasn’t working. But it can be difficult for employees to know where the boundaries between work and play are on this type of trip.

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