EPLI market normalizes in 2022 but landmark legislation could impact exposure in 2023: WTW 
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EPLI market normalizes in 2022 but landmark legislation could impact exposure in 2023: WTW 

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The employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) market has begun to normalize in 2022 amid increased competition and less uncertainty around Covid claims, vaccine mandates and return to office protocols, WTW said.

As this publication has previously written, underwriters had expressed concerns around the implementation of corporate vaccine mandates, and a possible uptick in growing discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation claims after offices reopened.

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