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what would be the revelent issue

Tom, a new director has found he has not been re-imbursed for expenses he incurred when he went on a familiarisation trip to various company premises.

What did his employment contract say? What did his company's written policies say on the issue? Were the expenses reasonable? What was the policy in the past?
Not enough information here. Sounds like Tom got an eyeful of the company on this trip.

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