Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation is a mandatory benefit, paid by the employer which provides compensation and medical benefits to employees who are injured or become ill as a direct result of their employment.

The benefits are designed to provide medical treatment and partially replace wages while an employee is recovering from their injury or illness.

Workers’ Compensation is highly regulated and time sensitive, therefore all injuries and illnesses must be immediately reported to the supervisor, manager or lead.

Who is covered

Injuries Covered

Student Injuries

Responding to a medical emergency

Non-emergency medical treatment

Reporting a work-related injury illness

Filing a Workers' Compensation claim

Driving an injured worker to the hospital or a doctor

Manager/Supervisor responsibility

Pre-designating a Physician

Benefits

Returning to work

Resources

Forms

Workers' Compensation Fraud

FAQ