Business trip


Business trip

A business trip or official trip is a travel/journey caused by business necessities. The place of employment is left temporarily, e.g.

Business trips have to be approved by the employer, who usually meets the costs. The traveling expenses can be calculated in detail or by a lump sum, depending on the average expense of the travel country.

For activities away, the correspondent term in military is duty travel, in politics facility trip.

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