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My employer has moved offices to another city and given us the option to take redundancy or to trial new location. To make the move easier in terms of our increased travel costs, the employer covered the difference in costs between the previous location and new location. During the trial period, shouldn't the employer cover the entire costs of travel to the new location given that we are not contracted to work in the new location and should be treated in the same way an employee would claim back on travel expenses when they go out to a meeting.
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