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Vicarious liability

Vicarious Liability: a quick tip for every employer
“Do you know that a master or an employer is held responsible for the actions of the servant or an employee under the employer during the employee’s ordinary course of doing his or her job. It is called vicarious liability”, Stanley Alieke Esq., begins in a piece in Tekedia. He writes many legal articles which can help owners, managers, etc.
Because he is a lawyer, I cannot summarize as I do not summarize a legal piece. From experience, those jargons, and convoluted sentences, are not mistakes! So, you stay clear and be on your lane. Click to read.

Yes, typically an employer is fully responsible for the actions of his employees. If you run a business or work for a company that deals with people, you must establish the proper contracts with your staff in order to prevent any illegal actions they may take while on the job. I believe you will need to contact a reputable law firm to assist you in creating a contract that is legally binding in order to reduce your risks as an employer. basketball stars