As an employer, you want to attract top talent to keep your customers happy. Once that talent becomes a valued member of your team, you want keep them happy so they stay a valued team member. In both cases, that sometimes comes down to a well-structured benefit package. However, providing benefits for your employees is not without risk. Your company, its directors, officers and any other employee who has a hand in administering the plan can be accused of breaching fiduciary liability.
If you offer your employees a benefit package that includes 401K plans, pensions or welfare benefits, a Fiduciary Liability policy becomes important. We can help you find a plan that will protect you from lawsuits that result from the appearance of wrong doing, inadvertent errors, omissions or a breach of duties.