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Job is being moved - can I get expenses??

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I have been told that I will have to work from a different office twice a week, meaning an increase of work mileage of 120 miles a week. I just can't afford to pay this. Can I ask for the costs to be covered - I didn't ask for this change in work situation.

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what does your contract say


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you can always ask!


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Theoretically if your contract provides for a set place of work, then HMRC are fine with mileage being paid between home and an alternative place of work. So in theory you could claim expenses.

 

However if your contract has no fixed place of work, or a well drafted mobility clause, this could complicate things somewhat. Its worth checking contracts and policies to see whether this situation is covered, but if not, as above - it's always worth asking!

 

If you genuinely can't afford the new round trip then you could be getting into the realms of constructive dismissal, or possibly even redundancy depending on the reason you were required to move - but we would need more information to go into that.

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