Robbery While Employee Was On Sales Visit - CiteHR
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Dear friends,
We have a case in our office wherein an employee was travelling for company's visit and was carrying equipments belonging to Company. Unfortunately the equipments were stolen. He did not file an FIR and informed us the next day. Once he came to our office we asked him as to why he did not file an FIR and he said that he had another train scheduled and could not get much time. However he went next day to that city and filed FIR. The stolen equipments after depreciation cost us Rs2,44,000/-.
The equipments were not insured as well so no insurance can be claimed. What do we do in this situation? Can we ask him to pay us certain amount.
Waiting for your reply
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Dear Gloriya,
To write off the company assets, as such you need to conduct the enquiry. In the enquiry, if it is proved that loss if company property was due to the negligence of the employee, then you may award him suitable punishment and recover 5-10% of the depreciated amount.
By the way why the assets were not insured?
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
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