Employment Practices Liability Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) provides protection for an employer against claims made by employees, former employees, or potential employees. Legislation such as the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act, plus a growing number of job-related lawsuits and claims, have created the need for business owners to consider EPLI. An EPLI policy offers insurance protection against claims and lawsuits that are brought against a business, its officers or directors, or its employees and managers. These policies generally cover charges in the following areas:Gender, age and other types of discriminationSexual harassmentWrongful termination or disciplineNegligent compensation, promotion or hiring decisionsBreach of contract for employmentEmotional distress or mental anguishInvasion of privacyLibel or slanderEmployee benefits mismanagementWhile some directors’ and officers’ insurance policies contain employment practices liability insurance coverage, such coverage can be limited to directors and officers, and may have greater exclusions than a standalone EPLI policy. Contact Us Name Email Phone Additional Info Thank you! Oops!