Are You Taking Full Advantage of Available Reimbursements for Assisting Injured Workers?

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The Washington Stay At Work Program, is open to employers who pay workers compensation premiums to the Department of Labor and Industries.

January 8, 2019
Jonathan Schirmer - Ahlers Cressman & Sleight PLLC

Workplace injuries are an increasingly expensive cost of doing business. While every business does their best to avoid these injuries, even the most prepared employers must deal with them on occasion. The costs associated with these injuries—increased worker’s compensation premiums, decreased productivity, hiring temporary employees, and the loss of experienced workers—can be mitigated by shrewd employers taking full advantage of available assistance programs.

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