|Direct reimbursements of expenses|
Upon production of the necessary paperwork, an employer must reimburse the costs outlayed by an employee in certain circumstances concerning:
Any employee required by the employer to live at a depot, yard or garage must be paid an allowance equal to the amount of the rental charged by the employer for the accommodation at the depot, yard or garage.
If an employer provides housing accommodation for an employee and the employee’s family, and requires the employee to live there and charges rent, the employer must pay the employee an allowance of $2.76 less than the amount of rent charged by the employer for the accommodation. This would mean that the net rental cost would be $2.76 per rental period.