Viewpoints

Joe Kriskovich with the City of Manteca explains how workers' comp reforms have helped employees and employers.


Terena Mendonca with the El Dorado County Department of Education talks about how workers' comp reforms have given the department a degree of stability in an unstable time.

Bill Walters of Crossroads Diversified Services says workers' comp savings amount to at least four new employees.

Richard Carillo of Job Options, Inc. talks about how workers' comp reforms have saved his company money and allowed it to hire more people.


Janet Selby with Municipal Pooling Authority talks about how California's workers' compensation reforms have benefitted its member cities in the Bay Area.


Felicia Amenta with San Diego and Imperial County School Risk Management JPA talks about how workers' comp reforms have led to more efficient and better care.



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