When you have help at home, look to EPLI protection

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When it’s time to hire a personal assistant, nanny, housekeeper, gardener or other private staff, you picture finding a perfect match for your family and hope to consider that person a friend. No matter how wonderful you feel about the relationship, you have become a domestic employer. There is always the possibility that one of your staff may accuse you or a family member of a wrongful act such as discrimination, sexual harassment or wrongful termination.


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Still teaching; just a different audience

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The insurance industry is growing and has a high need for talented professionals with a variety of training and skills. Recruiters are asking job seekers “where do you fit in?” In this series, Cincinnati Insurance associates describe their own career journeys. — If you had asked the wide-eyed, over-excited Justin Sharp what he would be doing once he graduated from the University of Kentucky, the answer definitely would not have been insurance. After rolling through the motions of switching majors, I finally landed on English education. The prospect of teaching[…..]


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Your business: Managing the risk of employee claims

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Managing people in the workplace can be risky business. Even in the best employment environments, there are opportunities for an employee to become disgruntled. Seemingly insignificant mistakes made by a manager can lead to a charge or lawsuit resulting in financial losses for your company. You can mitigate the risk to your business by purchasing employment practices liability insurance (EPLI).


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