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negligent evaluation

Negligent evaluation refers to a type of employment-related claim in which an employee plaintiff asserts that the employee's performance evaluation was excessively negative, unfairly low, or otherwise inaccurate and therefore did not reflect the employee's actual, higher level of performance.

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Coverage for such claims may be afforded by employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) policies.

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