Right to Return Transportation Law and Legal Definition

Right to return transportation is a right available to an employee by which return transportation is to be provided by the employer.

Alaska Stat. § 23.10.380 is an example for a state statute providing right to return transportation. It states that an employer who finances, agrees to finance, or in any way provides transportation for a person from the place of hire to a place to employ the person shall provide the person with return transportation to the place of hire, on or after the termination of employment for a sufficient cause on or after the termination of the contract of employment or a renewal of the contract. Return transportation is to be provided upon the request of the person or the department made within 45 days after the termination of employment.