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In Tom Schaffer's recent blog post, he talked about the attempts Republicans have made to cut back on workers’ comp benefits for injured workers. All in the name of making Ohio a better state for business, these politicians argue that the cost of our workers’ comp system costs employers too much money. The latest rallying cry for privatization has begun. And when you... Read More
Many people have the mistaken impression that their jobs remain secure after they have been injured or diseased as a result of their employment. In most cases, however, that simply is not true.
Ohio Revised Code 4123.90 provides in pertinent part that “No employer shall discharge, demote, reassign, or take any punitive action against any employee because the employee filed a claim or instituted, pursued or testified in any... Read More