Several of our VPs and Presidental Cabinet members don't like seeing audit rule warnings on expense reports becuase they associate the warnings with policy violations or exceptions to policy. How are you managing audit rule visibility between users, approvers, and processors?
Some of our biggest concerns with changing the visibility revolve around the COW warning, and the expense is outside of the trip dates warning. We operate on a per-trip expense report basis, and have certain expense types excluded from the expense is outside the trip dates warning. Any suggestions or best practices would be great!
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