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Audit Finds Multiple Problems With State Employee Comp Program

Monday, July 13, 2020 | 445 | 0 | 26 min read

New Jersey’s self-insured workers’ compensation program for state employees provided incorrect benefits in most claims and failed to address the root cause of many accidents, an audit by the state’s comptroller found. “Our report demonstrates that the state can do more to save money and to make sure workers are compensated fairly,” Comptroller Kevin Walsh said in a news release Thursday. “We identify important ways the state can mitigate safety risks and protect workers from being injured in preventable accidents, all while saving the state money.&rdquo...

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