Poor choice by corporate travel managers. An unhappy employee will likely cost a company much more than the $8.50 you didn't reimburse him for that sandwich on his last trip.
Fewer companies are willing to pay extra fees airlines keep tacking on, leaving employees to not check bags or order in-flight food, or to pay for the services themselves.
A report released today by travel and expense management company GetThere says 78% of corporate travel managers who answered a GetThere survey said their companies reimbursed for a first checked bag last year, down from 95% in 2010.
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