Only if you are traveling from one job to another. You are not paid mileage to and from work.
No, you don't get paid mileage.
Employees are paid the current federal reimbursement rate for mileage which is .535 cents. Employees are paid for mileage in between their clients. Employees are not paid for mileage to their first client (referred to as your "commute") or from their last client to home (also referred to as your commute).
Yes, the Federal Rate standard currently .535 cents per mile
Yes, .57 cents a mile.
Employees are paid mileage if they drive for client errands.
Yes 42 cents a mile but only if you are on call or a last minute shift pick up
Answered - PCA Personal Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Londonderry, NH
No they do not. I ran errands for a client getting him food didn't get paid for that I would drive more then 30 miles a day to clients houses a day didn't get paid for that working twice a day 120 miles on my car didnt get paid gas for it. And after 90 days quit because never got offered a raise after all the work I had done.
If over 30 miles
Answered - Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL
Yes if you run errands for clients.
Answered - PCA Personal Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Austell, GA