In your scenario, we would reimburse none because those are miles traveled to work. When we incur these situations, we pay as follows:
- Employee travels to location B (not home location) for the entire day, and travels home. No miles reimbursed.
- Employee travels to location A (home location) for part of day, then to location B, then home. Miles (one way) from location A to location B reimbursed.
- Employee travels to location A (home location) for part of day, then to location B, then back to location A before returning home. Round trip miles from location A to B reimbursed.
Now, the above scenarios would only apply if you happen to have two separate campuses/locations that people may work from. If, for example, an employee were to travel to another city for a meeting or conference, etc, we would reimburse the full round trip mileage.
I hope that helps.