Protect Your Business from Employee Theft

Employee Theft Can Put You Out of Business

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Do you trust your employees? Sure, you’d like to trust them 100%. But are you willing to put your business on the line with that trust?

Every year in the US, businesses lose around $60 billion due to dishonest employees. Employee theft can be one of the most damaging causes of business failure, with around 30% of businesses closing as a result.

No matter how much you trust your employees, it’s a good idea to protect yourself from possible harm they could cause. You need a Dishonesty Bond and/or a Business Services Bond.

Dishonesty Bonds

If your employees are handling money or doing bookkeeping, then a Dishonesty Bond can protect you from theft, embezzlement and forgery. This is also known as a Fidelity Bond.

Business Services Bonds

If your company deals with services such as appliance repair, housekeeping, lawn maintenance or other trades that involves going to a client’s home or business, you may want to consider obtaining a Business Services Bond. This protects you from liability due to dishonest acts of your employees while on location.

In the event a customer loses money or personal property due to an employee’s actions, your business would be protected from liability. Examples of businesses that could benefit from having this bond include:

Appliance Repair                          Child Care                                      Food Catering

Gutter Cleaning                            Health Care Provider                  Housekeeping

Interior Decorator                       Janitorial Services                       Lawn Services

Locksmiths                                    Messenger Services                    Maid Services

Moving Companies                      Other Contractors                       Painters

Pest Control                                  Pet Sitters                                      Pool cleaning

 

Making a Claim

If you have a Business Services Bond or Dishonesty Bond and you want to make a claim on the bond, you may need to prosecute the employee first to prove the claim is legitimate. A conviction might be necessary before the Surety will pay the claim.

Getting Bonded

If you run a business that could benefit from a Business Services Bond or a Dishonesty Bond, you must purchase it from a Surety through a licensed agent, such as SuretyGroup.com.

SuretyGroup.com‘s Surety Bond Specialists can often give you same-day approval that makes the process quick and easy.

Have questions? SuretyGroup.com can help. Give us a call at 1‑844‑432‑6637 or email info@suretygroup.com and our Surety Bond Specialists can walk you through the bonding process.

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