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Can my employer charge me I had no knowledge

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Can my employer charge me for something I had no knowledge of?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 1 year ago.
Generally, an employer is not entitled to reimbursement from an employer for losses or damage caused by the employee.(For example, a busser breaks a stack of plates, or a driver causes an accident damaging a company vehicle - the employer can get reimbursement from their insurance carrier).However, if the employee caused loss through intentional conduct, the employer can pursue them for reimbursement.(For example, the employee was embezzling from the employer, or they caused a vehicle "accident" by intentionally driving the car into a fixed object to cause damage).

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