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Employer Assessments Increasing by 56.1% as Lien Fee Revenues Drop

By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Monday, December 4, 2017 | 1455 | 2 | 1 min read

California employers will pay $182.1 million more in assessments than they did last year to fund the operation of the Division of Workers’ Compensation and parts of some agencies within the Department of Industrial Relations, and that may be good news. Christine Baker Assessment notices mailed Thursday indicate the total amount the DIR will collect from insured and self-insured employers next year will increase 56.1% to $506.8 million, from $324.7 million. The difference can be explained largely by changes in collections for three accounts. The assessment for the Workers&...

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