An employee who was convicted of insurance fraud—after he exaggerated a work-related injury to a doctor who then prescribed opiates—was not barred from recovering workers’ compensation benefits because another doctor found that the injury had still resulted in a permanent partial disability, the California Court of Appeal ruled.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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An inclement weather policy has two dimensions: The first and most important is employee safety; the second is pay.
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