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A small business assessment of workers' compensation : Point de vue des PME sur l'indemnisation des accidents du travail

2011

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"In 2010, CFIB released its second major study that examined government regulation and its impact on Canadian businesses. The research found that complying with government regulation and paperburden costs Canadian businesses a staggering $30 billion each year. When asked about the most burdensome provincial/territorial regulation, small business owners pointed to workers' compensation/occupational health and safety requirements. ... A Small Business Assessment of Workers' Compensation takes an in-depth look at Canadian workers' compensation systems through the lens of small business owners. It examines seven major areas of focus for small business owners and takes into account 35 indicators to determine the best and worst practices."

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health economy insurance business employment investments labour payroll tax small business tax economic sector provinces employee payroll payrolls workers' compensation workers compensation economy, business and finance occupational safety and health deductibles financial and business service workers’ compensation workers’ compensation boards

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