Employment Practice Liability Information
Employment practice claims can be made against an organization of every size, in every industry and can create a negative impact on your business. Not only is it financially devastating to defend this particular claim, but it can also lead to bad publicity, hurt employee morale, and cause significant business disruption. Claims continue to increase over the years due to economic conditions, demographics, and shifting legal environment, so every business should be equipped with resources to protect their bottom line.
Employment Practice Insurance is designed to defend the following claims:
- wrongful dismissal, discharge or termination of employment, whether actual or constructive, or breach of an implied employment contract
- employment related misrepresentation
- workplace harassment of any kind including sexual harassment
- wrongful failure to employ or promote
- wrongful discipline
- wrongful demotion or deprivation of career opportunity, including defamatory statements made in connection with an employee reference
- failure to grant tenure
- negligent evaluation
- failure to provide and enforce adequate workplace or employment policies and procedures
- wrongful retaliation
- employment related libel, slander, defamation, or invasion of privacy
Don't make the mistake of running your business without Employment Practice Insurance, because every business is vulnerable.