A remote employee whose primary office is their residence should not be expected to report to a TPD office on a regular basis. Managers can invite those employees to attend meetings, events, etc. but they should also be given the option to join virtually. If the employee decides to attend in person, then they will voluntarily be traveling into the office. If the employee’s attendance is required for some reason and the employee is directed to come into the office by their manager, that employee will get reimbursed for the travel time and the expenses incurred during the commute (assuming the time/expense is not chargeable to a project). Other than training situations for new employees, TPD is not anticipating that managers will be directing remote employees to come into the office very often, if ever.