This question mostly for those of you with at least a few years of experience managing several employees: My foreman rear-ended someone last night. It was his fault. He just about totalled the other car. But miraculously, our truck seems to be in perfect working order. Anyway, I am at a loss as to whether I should reprimand him and how to do it if so. He's one of our best employees and the most responsible of them. He's worked here about 2 years and never had an accident or ticket or anything in our trucks before. He puts about 40-50K in miles on his work truck each year so I have to expect with that much driving there's going to eventually be an accident. Still, he is at fault and it's me who will be paying for insurance increases and would have had to pay for damage to our truck if there were any. And that doesn't make me real happy. He doesn't seem to be a bad driver in general. Had a perfect driving record before this. No tickets, accidents, nothing. What do ya do in a case like that? Do you reprimand him? Or do you just consider it part of doing business and don't say anything to him?