Temporary workers have had a significant growth in numbers; so has the number of injuries reported. Many contractual workers do not get the same benefits as the regular or permanent employees; thus, they do not have much protection for themselves. Any line of work could be hazardous if taken lightly. Protection is deemed essential for any employee whether regular or contractual. In this way, there should be knowledgeable of ideas on how to maintain safety:
If you’re forced to defend your business against an employment practices liability charge, you
lose — even if you win. Arbitrating, settling or defending an employment practices case— regardless of its merit — could easily result in five- or six-figure costs.
Smart business owners have Employment Practices Liability (EPL) coverage. Why? The costs of dealing with employment practices liability charges could cripple a business. Federal, state, and
local statutes are increasingly complex, and employers find little sympathy from judges and juries.
The merits of the case don’t matter, and it doesn’t matter whether the employment practices liabilitycharge is arbitrated, settled or defended — all scenarios can easily result in five- or six-figure costs for your business. In addition, consider the time you’ll lose in defending yourself. The average EEOC complaint requires over a year to resolve.