Employment Practices Liability
What is Employment Practices Liability?
Employment practices liability insurance is a policy used to cover your risks due to some of the most common employment-related lawsuits, including:
• Sexual harassment
• Wrongful termination
• Breach of employment contract
• Negligent evaluation
• Failure to employ or promote
• Wrongful discipline
• Deprivation of career opportunity
• Wrongful infliction of emotional distress
• Mismanagement of employee benefit plans
What are the benefits of Employment Practices Liability?
Employment practices liability works to provide the necessary resources to defend your company against a lawsuit or to pay for a claim. Potential sources of these claims could arise from: recruitment practices, employment applications, employment offers, employee orientation process, annual conduct reviews, enforcing performance policies, termination or improper documentation of any of the aforementioned items.
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