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Rajesh Kumar Dubey
Manager - Hr
16th October 2015 From India, Bengaluru
If the company have arranged its parking either in premises through its third party contract, you can find a solution to get it compensated if damaged knowingly. If not try to display a caution regarding such.
Suppose there are no any such arrangement , the company should pay its lumsum amount only in case of deduction of parking charges
16th October 2015 From India
All concern person have given several views but no body thinks about the person whose material has been lost. Please give some specific views as Mr Mahesh,
Why should not be compensated if some one works for you in your premises , its vicarious liablity on the employer to safeguard him and his belongings also if any caution not made.
Waiting for early response.
19th October 2015 From India
The vehicle was parked at the precincts, the transportation was used and specifically related for company services, in fact, the organisation should provide and protect the vehicle, and should not throw the responsibility, the specific reason squarely rest with the company as it extract services from the employee/workman. One should not throw that is not the responsibility of the organisation, the employee, as he/the employee in faith parks near the premises. If the company is not having any parking facility the situation alters, however, we should not go to the olden days of saying it is the responsibility of the employee, we are creating a stress backdoor which will result in deter in work efficiency. In case there is no parking facility we should hire a security services or find out the place where the vehicle can be parked, this is the responsibility of the organisation...
An employee should mention his organisation in pride.......
19th October 2015 From India, Arcot
Was this an attended parking facility provided by the Company OR is it normal for employees to park their vehicles @ whatever parking slot is available in the premises?
What do you mean by 'office premises/precincts of our office'?
Many offices situated in multi-storied commercial complexes do not necessarily have clearly identified & earmarked parking slots for a specific office. People just go about parking in common parking slots, since invariably the number of vehicles far outnumber the slots.
Now, pl give the FULL & COMPLETE picture of the situation......most of the members above have presumed many aspects in giving their suggestions/opinions, which may OR may NOT be right.
19th October 2015 From India, Hyderabad
28th October 2015 From India, Bangalore
Employee needs to insure his vehicle. Company can at best provide a guard in the parking.
I do not fel it is correct to ask the company to take total responsibility of vehicles parked in the premises.
29th October 2015 From India, Pune