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Employers in a position to make an employment decision based upon an employee’s vaccination status must weigh the value of a safe workplace against the potential for liability from a scorned employee. (Credit: BGStock72/Shutterstock) Employers in a position to make an employment decision based upon an employee’s vaccination status must weigh the value of a safe workplace against the potential for liability from a scorned employee. (Credit: BGStock72/Shutterstock)

For almost two years COVID-19 has disrupted the workplace and posed dilemmas for employers and employees alike. For employers, tough decisions entail potential liabilities to employees and others. Claims already have materialized and may persist for some time.

A sometimes overlooked form of coverage, employment practices liability insurance, or “EPLI,” may prove to be an invaluable resource for employers.  

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