The concept of employee bonding is really an insurance matter relating to the employer’s efforts to protect itself against wrongful acts by its employees. In industries where employees have direct access to money or to property, the employer will often be keen to protect itself against the impact of employee theft. Also, certain businesses will be required by their customers to provide proof that they are bonded. For instance, customers of commercial cleaning companies might demand the cleaners be bonded. This provides both peace of mind (that the cleaners are trustworthy) and financial protection in the event of theft.
What do they mean when they ask 'have you ever been bonded' in a job interview or application?
If you are asked if you have ever been bonded, an employer is asking if you have ever been insured by an employer. There are some positions, such as housekeeping, where bonding is common. ...
Asked in Jobs
How would you know if you have ever been bonded would the employer tell you?
I am certainly not an expert in this. But from personal experience I can tell you that I have been bonded for work purposes for over three years and I just found about it one year ago. With that said, I would have to say No. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Definitions
Job appliation have you ever been bonded?
Bonded usually refers to a a company taking out an insurance policy on you. I am most familiar with it in the non profit word where the executive and the financial staff are boned when the agency is given significant amount of government money. The idea is that if the staff steal the money, the insurance company will cover the loss. On a job application, I would assume they are trying to ascertain if there has ever been a problem so...
Asked in Job Interviews, Job Applications
What does 'Have you been bonded previously' mean on a job application?
When you are asked, 'Have you been bonded previously', on a job application, the employer is asking whether you have been insured. Being bonded means you were insured so if something is broken, lost, or stolen while you are working, it is covered. ...
Asked in Chemistry
How is a mixture different from elements and compounds?
A mixture is basically 2 or more elements which haven't been chemically bonded whereas a compound has been chemically bonded Hope this answers your question CYA ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What is the difference between hydrogen and hydroxide?
hydrogen is an element. Normally it is found as H2, meaning there are two atoms of hydrogen bonded together into one molecule. Hydroxide would be hydrogen bonded with oxygen, another element. ...