America’s largest hotel brands banded together last fall in a collective effort to protect workers from assault and sexual harassment. The lawsuits filed by housekeepers and other hotel workers, however, have continued, with allegations that their employers simply haven’t done enough to protect them from guest misconduct and, as a consequence, creating a hostile work… Read more »
Going to work can be physically and emotionally taxing, with workers frequently facing unstable work schedules, unpleasant and potentially hazardous working conditions, and an often-hostile social environment. Any of the multitudes of women who have recently stepped forward to share their accounts of being groped and otherwise harassed by men in political life, in entertainment… Read more »
CCIG VP and Insurance Advisor Scott Carlson lays out what it is and why, even if Harvey Weinstein or Bill O’Reilly aren’t working for you, employment practices liability coverage can be so critical today.
Bill O’Reilly is leaving Fox News with a reported payout of up to $25 million, the equivalent of one year of his salary. If accurate, that means that 21st Century Fox, the network’s parent company, will have had to make more than $85 million in payouts related to sexual harassment allegations at Fox News –… Read more »
Negligence is a legal concept that most childcare center operators know all too well. They fully understand they can be sued for liability if they fail to supervise and educate children in a safe and clean environment. But what about the liability that centers have to their staff? Childcare and early-education employees today expect a… Read more »