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Work disability trajectories under three workers compensation programs
Since the early 1990s, the time on benefits has been increasing for Ontario workers' compensation claims. In particular, over the last decade there has been a notable increase in the number of total compensated days per lost-time claim and an increase in the rate of claims remaining active and open for extended periods of time. This trend is in contrast to the trend of declining claim rates experienced over much of the 1990s. This plenary profiles a study that investigated how Ontario workers' compensation claimants from different time periods fared in terms of labour-market earnings recovery...
Examining job tenure and lost-time claim rates in Ontario, Canada, over a 10-year period, 1999–2008
Objective: We sought to examine the association between job tenure and lost-time claim rates over a 10-year period in Ontario, Canada. Methods: Data were obtained from workers' compensation records and labour force survey data from 1999 to 2008. Claim rates were calculated for gender, age, industry, occupation, year and job tenure group. A multivariate analysis and examination of effect modification were performed. Differences in injury event and source of injury were also examined by job tenure. Results: Lost-time claim rates were significantly higher for workers with shorter job tenure, regardless...

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