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I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after loosinglosing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare when other options were limited.

Also, doesDoes it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after loosing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare when other options were limited.

Also, does it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after losing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare when other options were limited.

Does it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

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I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after loosing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare when other options were limited.

Also, does it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after loosing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare

Also, does it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

I am submitting reimbursement requests following two interviews. I am particularly interested in general guidelines, but have provided specific examples for context.

I would generally expect that company-wide standards should apply when interviewing (ie. they would be the same when I interview as if I were to work there), but since this is the first point of contact following an interview, I hesitate to give a bad impression.

Here are some specific examples:

  1. tips (meals, taxi, cars otherwise paid for by host)
  2. bus ticket replacement (I had to purchase a new one after loosing the print-out sent to me by the company)
  3. hotel stay because I missed my bus (see above)
  4. day-pass to an airline club / lounge. (I had a 4 hour layover)
  5. room service - standard breakfast fare when other options were limited.

Also, does it depend on the position that I am interviewing for? The company?

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