National (WorkersCompensation.com) - As technology provides improvements to accuracy, productivity and costs, it doesn’t necessarily reduce workers’ compensation costs.
According to a study by Carl Frey and Michael Osborne with the Oxford University Engineering Sciences Department, a rise in automation and robotics in American workplaces could lead to up to 47 percent of U.S. employees losing their jobs.
And as the use of robots and automation grows in the workforce, ...
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