workers' compensation

Definition of "workers' compensation"
  1. A form of insurance payment that an employer is obliged by law to provide to their employee or their dependents if the employee is injured during the course of performing their job duties
How to use "workers' compensation" in a sentence
  1. After his accident at the construction site, John filed a claim for workers' compensation.
  2. The cost of workers' compensation can be a significant expense for businesses, especially those in high-risk industries.
  3. Being well-versed in the rules of workers' compensation is essential for any HR officer.

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