NY Youth Services Sees Increase in Workers' Comp Claims
Albany, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Recent coverage shows that a minimum of 194 days, on average, is the amount of time that a Youth Development Aid takes on workers’ compensation leave at New York’s Office of Children Family Services (OFCS), Albany New York News Channel 13 reports.
The Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) union represents the Youth Development Aids, some of which have been seriously injured by juvenile clients in fits of rage. Back and arm injuries ...
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