Is COVID-19 Recordability Not a Function of Positive Testing?

California employers are up in arms and angry that the Cal/OSHA’s guidance about when and how to record cases of COVID-19 – report even if there is not a positive test - runs counter to federal guidelines. They say the state has little leeway but to comport to the Feds. Workers’ Comp claims require a positive test. Here's what this latest controversy is all about. Read More...

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