Employment and Practices

Employment practices liability (EPL) Insurance is a policy used to cover your risks due to some of the most common employment-related lawsuits, including:

  • Wrongful termination – The discharge of an employee for invalid reasons.
  • Discrimination – The denial of equal treatment to employees who are members of a protected class.
  • Sexual harassment – Subjecting an employee to unwelcome sexual advances, obscene or offensive remarks, or the failure to stop such behavior.

EPL works to provide the necessary resources to defend your company against a lawsuit or to pay for a claim. To best understand how to cover your EPL risks, it’s important to know the potential sources:

Employment law is complex and varies depending on the jurisdiction.

Employment practices liability (EPL) insurance provides coverage to employers for “employment wrongful acts” that may result in a claim for damages by a current, former or prospective employee.