Employment Practices Liability

Products Employment Practices Liability

Employers are facing increasing legal obligations while managing their workforce and compliance with workplace laws is costly, requiring training, expertise, and continuous monitoring. RPS’ Employment Practices Liability (EPL) product is written to protect a company against damages for events relating to their workforce, such as sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, employment contract breach, failure to employ or promote, etc.

Determining the amount of EPL coverage needed is dependent on a number of factors:

  • Number of employees
  • Location of the business
  • Asset size of the company
  • Prior claims history
  • Whether the company is public or private

RPS' EPL experts can assist you in answering these questions and more. They are well versed in determining the proper coverage for a variety of businesses across a multitude of industries.

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