Workers are often asked to “volunteer” for certain activities that have some association to employment. The association may be strong (volunteering for overtime) or weak (attending a company picnic) but there are implications for safety and health as well as workers' compensation.
Most volunteering” cases involve a worker working on a special project, putting in overtime to clear a backlog, or participating in a special events like conferences, open houses, or ...
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