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Aggregate Assessment Increasing 13.75%, Clears $1B

By Greg Jones (Senior Editor)

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 | 737 | 0 | 66 min read

The total amount of money the Department of Industrial Relations says it needs to collect from California employers to administer the state’s workers’ compensation system and associated programs is increasing by 13.75% next year, according to notices sent to employers before the Thanksgiving holiday. Notices sent Wednesday indicate the DIR needs $1.1 billion for six funds, including the Workers’ Compensation Administrative Revolving Fund, uninsured employer and subsequent injuries funds, labor enforcement programs, workplace safety monitoring and fraud-fighting. The 2019 agg...

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