Bonding is the practice of employers becoming insured with guaranteed payment just in case an employee’s actions cause unforeseen financial loss. Some of the most common examples include being able to recover lost money or property because of employee theft, larceny or forgery, and the most common fields where employees are bonded are in janitorial/maid services, accounting and financial services, and security services. But in very general terms, you’re “bondable” if you’ve got no criminal record and are of minimum age.
There are four main types of fidelity—or surety—bonds employers can get, and you should go over it with an insurance agent to make sure you’re protected in the most-suited way:
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