Your Guide to Employee Reimbursement

While debt collectors are known for working with company owners to help resolve issues surrounding uncollected payments, that’s not the extent to which they can assist people. You may not realize it, but as an employer, you could also stand to benefit significantly from the services of a debt resolution specialist – particularly when it comes to issues where you are owed money from an employee.

Rights of Employees and Employers

Any employment situation is an equal playing field, which means that both employers and employees have rights that must be respected. Still, as most business owners realize all too well, things can quickly go sour in any financial relationship.

Even when two parties stand to benefit enormously by maintaining a cooperative working relationship, a financial dispute can easily arise. When this dispute cannot be resolved, the best option is to introduce a third party, such as a collection agency, who has the skills to resolve the issue as amicably as possible.

Employee Violations

There are many cases where the rights of an employee of a company might be violated. These violations often coincide with the termination of a job, or the termination occurs as a direct result of such violations. This may be a result of a hostile work environment, for example, when someone is the victim of the following during the regular course of a job:

  • Bullying
  • Discrimination
  • Intimidation
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Obstructed from Perform Work
  • Suppression of Complaints Regarding Any of These Issues

While some of these situations regard fundamental human rights, others concern your financial compensation. If you are an employee and have experienced the former types of violations (those that concern your fundamental human rights), then you should contact an employment lawyer. If you are an employee and believe you are owed money from your former employer, contact us at Summit A•R to find out whether our debt collection process can help resolve your issue.

An employee shakes hands with a debt collection agent

Kinds of Financial Disputes Faced by Employers

On the other hand, employers can also become the victim of employees that have taken advantage of their financial agreements. For example, when there are opportunities for a promising new employee to take advantage of incentives offered to secure an employment package, someone may take advantage.

If you are an employer that is facing a financial dispute that involves

  • Reimbursement for Education
  • Commission Recalls
  • Overpaid Income
  • Uniform or Equipment Fees
  • Relocation Expenses
  • Other Unauthorized Expenses

Then you should contact us to discuss employee reimbursement solutions that apply to your particular situation. As soon as you decide to work with our team at Summit A•R, we’ll get to work on a dedicated strategy to return the money you are owed to your business.

The Enormous Benefit of Debt Resolution

A debt collection agency specializing in employment debt resolution can address the concerns involved in how your employee acquired funds they did not deserve. Our team will reach out to the individual to initiate a discussion that focuses on an amicable resolution to the issue.

What the Process Looks Like

Should this course of action prove unsuccessful, we have a proven methodology to recover your money. Your particular case may involve skip-tracing, the use of a private investigator, or even a litigation program designed to treat the delinquent fairly and respectfully. Such a campaign ultimately aims to gain that person’s cooperation in resolving the matter in a way that both parties feel is satisfactory. 

Who’s Eligible

Any employer that has suffered a financial loss due to an employee or prior employee’s control of funds they were not due is eligible to seek assistance from a debt resolution expert. The most common scenarios in which this might occur involve those potential financial disputes already mentioned. 

Our P.H.D.

Anytime you’re working with Summit A•R, you’ll get a firsthand experience of how our strategies for debt collection are guided by a mandate to Preserve Human Dignity (P.H.D.). This means that you never have to worry about the possibility of anyone working on your account or any other designed and run at Summit A•R engaging in tactics involving intimidation, harassment or any other unethical practice.

Maintaining Relationships in Employee Reimbursement

In regular debt disputes between business owners and clients or partners, our ethical practices help ensure a more likely outcome where the relationship is preserved. We work hard to maintain proper conduct concerning basic human rights and decency. Still, we strive to repair damaged business relationships so they are not lost to the dispute.

Alternatively, in cases of employee reimbursement, the employer may be facing a situation where that employee has not been terminated from their position. In these cases, it is all the more vital that the matter be handled as delicately as possible to resolve the dispute through compromise.

Even in situations where an employee no longer works for the employer, it is often the case that we can repair the relationship through respectful discourse.

How Will Your Experience Work?

Once you hire our team, you can choose whether to remain involved or leave the entire campaign up to us. The latter is often the best option and allows us to return your money sooner. That said, we will remain available to provide answers to your debt collection questions about your case or how we work in a more general sense.

As a business owner, needlessly losing income over a debt dispute can be one of the most frustrating situations you might face. Rather than allowing the stress to build up until you’re lying awake at night feeling guilty and wishing you could make the problem disappear, why not get started on a more realistic way to make the problem disappear – by calling in the experts.

Please contact our team to find out more about your options and to get an assessment of the potential of your situation.