Scope of Employment

Author:Jeffrey Lehman, Shirelle Phelps
 
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Activities of an employee that are in furtherance of duties that are owed to an employer and where the employer is, or could be, exercising some control, directly or indirectly, over the activities of the employee.

Under the doctrine of RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR, a principal is liable for the TORTS, civil

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wrongs, of an agent committed within the ambit of the agent's occupation.

The scope of employment includes all acts reasonably necessary or incident to the performance of work, including matters of personal convenience and comfort that do not conflict with specific instructions.

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