Employment Practices Liability – Special Offer
15 Apr 2015

Employment Practices Liability – Special Offer

LOW COST PEACE OF MIND WITH OUR

15 Apr 2015

LOW COST PEACE OF MIND WITH OUR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY & ENCHANCED LEGAL EXPENSES COVER.

Employment Practices Liability cover including:

  • Online Employment Manual to assist in complying with Employment Legislation
  • Unlimited Access to Legal Advice Helpline that gives you the peace of mind of speaking with a Solicitor who can guide you on a range of legal issues including Employment related queries & Contract Disputes.
  • Insures you for Defence Costs for Legal Representation at Employment and other Tribunals.
  • Covers awards made against you at these Tribunals, (note co-insurance may apply in some cases). – For example Legal Defence applies to Health and Safety Prosecutions & NERA (National Employment Rights Agency)
  • Tax Protection, In the event of a Revenue Audit covers your Accountants fees to prepare work relating to your revenue audit.
  • Legal Advice Helpline – Access to a Solicitor who can advise you on a range of Legal matters at no extra cost to you.
  • Counselling Helpline that is available to all of your Employees and their Family Members

 

All this provided under one policy underwritten by the market leaders DAS Legal Expenses. Policy premiums start from €295.00 for wageroll up to €500,000. 

To avail of this service with the peace of mind of insurance backed protection then we just require you to confirm to us that you wish to proceed and we will arrange for the full policy to be issued to you.

We will also provide you with details of the access to the Online Employment Manual, Legal Advice Helpline, and the other valuable benefit that can protect you and your business from the unforeseen cost of Legal Defence and Awards at Employment and other Tribunals.

If you wish to clarify any of the details please call us on 01 8406080 or email: info@oig.ie

*Some recent claim examples

Tribunal orders redundancy payout for sacked Abrakebabra workers

Gemma O’Doherty settles unfair dismissal case against Independent Newspapers

Warehouse worker sacked for eating a jam tart

Hotdog and wine gums dispute gets fired Cineworld worker €20,000

Woman sacked after child played in créche toilet bowl gets €15k

Woman sacked for cursing and flirting at work fights back – gets €12,500

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