WorkCover signals workers’ comp rise

WORKCOVER’S announcement of a 2.9 per cent overall increase in the recommended premium for compulsory workers’ compensation insurance has been greeted with dismay by employer group the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The change allows for the impact of legislative reforms that came into force this year. A CCIWA spokesman said premiums were on track for a 10 per cent reduction before the law changes were introduced but are now likely to rise this year and next because of the move.

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