Whether they’re delivering meals, collecting donations, visiting a church member in the hospital or attending an off-site work meeting, do your employees drive vehicles owned by your organization or their own vehicles when traveling for work?
There are pros and cons to each approach, and it may be worth it to review – and possibly modify – your organization’s policies on work-related travel.
Personal Auto, Business Use
This post was written by Lindsey Taylor for GuideOne Connections blog.
This infographic, created by the Nonprofit Risk Management Center, outlines the risks and benefits to allowing employees to drive their own vehicles for business use so that your organization can make an informed decision on guidelines surrounding work-related travel.
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