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Employees of THTE on client-paid travel adhere to the following minimum standards:
Employees will fly on a discount airline (Southwest, JetBlue) whenever possible.
If a discount airline does not fly to the needed destination, the lowest-priced economy fare must be selected with manager approval.
If travel involves a distance of the lesser of a two-hour drive or 100 miles one way, THTE employees may exercise a hotel stay.
Employees shall stay in a hotel with a room rate of no more than $200 per night whenever possible, with exceptions made for select metropolitan areas where no such pricing is offered.
When using a rental car, mid-sized sedans will be used, with the exception of Managing Partners, which are allowed the use of a full-size vehicle.
Employee is responsible for their own fuel expenses and insurance.
Employees may choose to use a ride hailing system such as Uber or Lyft in lieu of a rental car.
Drives on client business over one hour are subject to an additional charge.
A per diem is allowed for meal expenses, the amount of which may vary based on the area, per GSA guidelines, which may be found at the following url:
For stays of 4 hours or less (including travel time), no greater than one half of the per diem will be assessed.
Receipts are only provided to clients upon request and are not typically required from employees; the per diem is simply charged to the client in lieu of collecting receipts.