What is a bonded employee?

Answer This usually means the employee has obtain a fidelity bond - usually a guarantee against dishonesty losses such as embezzlement. One caveat though... most fidelity bonds have an arrest and convicti... Read More »

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What Does it Mean to Have an Employee Bonded?

Employee fraud costs businesses $3 billion in profits every year. Embezzlement, forgery and outright theft can disastrously affect a company's bottom line. For this reason, many companies insure th... Read More »

If an employee is terminated due to suspiscion of theft can they still be bonded?

Answer "Suspicion" is not "Conviction". If they did not persue criminal charges and his record is otherwise acceptable. then the answer is Yes. That person can still be bonded.

When starting a small photography business do you need to be bonded and if so how do you go about getting bonded?

Answer If you are starting your own small photography business you shouldn't need to be bonded. When you get larger (if you get large enough) you may wish to consider some sort of professional liab... Read More »

What is the difference between a temporary employee&a contract employee?

Temporary employees normally get hired by another firm, such as a temp agency, which takes on the responsibility for screening and hiring them. By contrast, a contract employee--also called an inde... Read More »