CT: COVID Presumption 'Cannot Set a Precedent,' Business Group Says
Hartford, CT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Citing statistics from an April NCCI report, the Connecticut Business and Industry Association says the state’s new executive order for workers who contract COVID-19 could increase employer costs by as much as 238 percent. The organization says the mandate comes at a challenging time for businesses in the state.
“We are concerned with casting too wide a net by including a significant percentage of the workforce rather than focusing on ...
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