Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) Employment practices liability insurance, sometimes simply called EPLI, is a policy issued to companies in case of legal action stemming from recruiting and hiring practices. Discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation are a few of the most common reasons employees may take legal action against a company, but EPLI provides coverage against the cost of damages that may be won. Policies can vary widely in cost, depending on the type of business being insured, but companies may be able to mitigate costs and prevent litigation by conducting employment practices liability audits. This can help identify liabilities preemptively and eliminate them before a claim is made.
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