Safety Check: Dwindling audit numbers raise red flags

Last week, the Toronto Star reported that safety audits of temporary staffing agencies by Ontario’s workers’ compensation board fell by 80% in 2018 from 2016. According to documents ...

Michigan Court Redefines Employment Status

Last month, the Michigan Court of Appeals overruled a two-decade old standard defining who qualifies as an “employee” for purposes of the state’s workers’ compensation statute, ...

Workers’ Comp: Failure To Rehire After Injury Could Raise Costs

In the event that a contingent worker is injured during placement at an employer, in most states the temporary staffing agency is exclusively responsible for payment of workers’ compensation ...
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