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Situation 10: The supervisor comes to your office and wants to see the employee's file. You provide the supervisor the file. The supervisor asks for the results from the drug test, the medical follow-up for the work-related injury a year ago, and the employee's legal right to work in the United States.
The quantum of compensation for injury at work place depends upon the causes and nature of accident. The injured person qualifies for wage replacement and medical benefits in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee's right to sue his or her employer for the tort of negligence. Statutes often award a set of amount on the types of injury. It is illegal on the part of employer to hire an employee for reporting the injury at workplace or filed a compensation claim. It is but difficult to prove discrimination on the basis of" employees claim history."
Some times employees' deliberately self- harm. It could be intentional also. If you have been injured at work your employer's workers' compensation insurance ...
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