The place I rent recently had a bathroom renovation done due to long term shower body leaks (as well as some other leaking). Long story short, they put up Durock and re-tiled everything. My question is, shouldn't there be caulk surrounding the entire area where the tub meets the tiles? The tub is a bit of an odd setup. The wall at the foot of the tub is the entryway to the bathroom where the doorway is. The wall at the head of the tub where the shower head is installed is a kind of partition wall with the toilet on the other side of it. I'm not sure if I'm explaining that correctly so I'll include some pictures.
The contractors put new molding and caulk where the molding meets the tub. They also put caulk where the molding meets the tiles vertically.
However, they didn't put any caulk anywhere else the tile meets the tub. When I took a shower, there were giant puddles on the floor on both sides of the partition wall, leading me to believe the water is getting inside and funneling downward, leaking out the bottom. I guess my question is, should there be caulk around the entire tub? Particularly around this region here. I think this may be where the water is escaping. Any help would be appreciated.