WSIB: Working for Injured Workers?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

More than 100 years ago, the forerunner of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board was set up to support workers injured on the job. Today, the WSIB and the laws protecting injured workers have evolved. There's also greater understanding of what keeps a worker off the job, whether it's physical injury or emotional stress. The Agenda explores the role of the WSIB in workplaces today
Episode:
Compensating Injured Workers?; Giving Patients a Voice
Aired:
Dec 14, 2016
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