unemployment compensation

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Please answer the following in connection with unemployment compensation and worker’s compensation:

  1. Evaluate: Everyone who loses his or her job is entitled to unemployment compensation.
  2. Analyze: It is important to know whether one is an employee or an independent contractor in case the person is injured at work.
  3. Evaluate this statement: Workers’ compensation legislation considers fault.
  4. Explain why someone might think this statement is true: The worker’s compensation system is not always beneficial to workers.

At least a 300 words response. APA

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School: Carnegie Mellon University



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Unemployment compensation referred to as unemployment insurance (UI). UI is a
government-backed program that gives financial support to all qualified unemployed workers.
Consequently, it deals with compensation of fired workers in that, when an employee gets fired,
he or she is still qualified for unemployment reimbursement paybacks. Employee dissolution for
financial reasons or because of a sacking cannot exclude the employee from getting their benefits.
However, in cases where an employee quits a job, they are not qualified for payment.
It is always important to understand the status of workers in case of injuries at work. An
employer compensates his or her workers through their employment status. If a worker is an
independent contractor, the employer is not required to pay for the injuries. Additionally, the
Workers Compensation which is a system of insurance has laws which deal with claims from
employees injured at the job. These laws state that in the case of employee’s injury at the position,
the employee is supposed to provide compensation for medical care, wages lost and recovery
expenses. The l...

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