The company also replaced its travel expense claim system with a policy called 'Act in Netflix's Best Interest', whatever that means.
What does TEC stand for?
TEC stands for Travel Expense Claim
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 467 other meanings of TEC in our Acronym Attic
- Transcription Elongation Complex
- Transearth Coast
- Transient Erythroblastopenia of Childhood
- Transitional Executive Council
- Transluminal Extraction Catheter
- Transmit Error Counter (computer networking)
- Transport and Environment Committee (UK)
- Transport En Commun (French: Public Transport; Belgium)
- Transportation Engineering Council (North Carolina)
- Transportation Equipment Cleaning (regulations; US EPA)
- Treaty of the European Community
- Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Minnesota)
- TRICARE Executive Committee
- Triethyl Citrate
- Trinity Episcopal Church (various locations)
- Triple Error Correction
- Tubular Epithelial Cell
- Tunnel Engineering Consultants (Netherlands)
- Turbine Exhaust Case
- Turner Entertainment Company (est. 1986; Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Advocate Mark Strachan, 52, is alleged to have swindled more than pounds 60,000 in travel expense claims from the Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB).
The report on local government finances noted an example of how travel expense claims from councillors went unchecked, how contracts ran over the tendered price, and how poor planning wasted money.
The caller, who rang the NHS fraud reporting line in January last year, alleged that Smith was making bogus travel expense claims to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
The caller, who rang the NHS fraud line in January last year, alleged that Smith was making bogus travel expense claims to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
A list of MPs' travel expense claims has been published on the House of Commons website.
Now it has emerged that Parliament chiefs have asked Raffan to recheck three years of travel expense claims.
Olaf queried travel expense claims paid by the committee, saying: 'There is serious doubt as to the completeness and truthfulness of these claims.