Private sector employers and their employees are continually challenged to manage health benefits and other non-occupational benefits. These benefits are unevenly distributed within the American workforce. Some have very low participation rates. We should expect better in the world’s richest country.
Compare this with workers’ comp, which is both accessible to almost every worker and is an easier burden on employers by the year. According to the Oregon study, the cost ...
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