EPLI: Discrimination, the most common peril resulting in claims

EPLI perils resulting in claims

EPLI: the discrimination peril

Discrimination is one of the most common perils to result in employment related claims and insurers see a wide range of allegations being made.
Examples of common allegations include:

  • Bias in interviewing and hiring;
  • Same work for different pay;
  • Not accommodating disability such as not providing accessible washroom facilities;
  • Forbidding the wearing of religious symbols in the workplace;
  • Parental leave policies that distinguish between genders; and
  • Retrenchment based on age.


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Employment Practices Liability Insurance 101


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Understand the fundamentals of EPLI: when do organizations need it, how does it work, what are the key exposures and coverage options; as well as the current trends and issues in Canada and the USA.

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