For the last few months I have been researching the public policy criteria for determining who is covered by workers’ compensation and who is not. From a public policy perspective, an accurate statement of "percentage of the employed labour force covered by workers' compensation" is an important foundational statistic to any public policy evaluation or reform. Some data do exist but, so far, it appears:
Stated workers’ compensation coverage rates are likely ...
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