Effective April 1, 2019, the AmTrust Workplace website for your Employment Practices Liability (EPLI) coverage written with your Package, BOP or Workers' Compensation policies is being updated to a new name, AmTrust Employment Risk Solutions, and a new URL, AmTrust.EmploymentRiskSolutions.com. Your existing user credentials will remain in effect and can be used to log in to the new site. Please contact The McCalmon Group, Inc., platform administrators, 888-712-7667, if you have any trouble with registration.

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