North Carolina's Workers' Compensation System Seminar

The original intent of the workers' compensation system was that employers would cover medical care and lost wages for injured workers, and injured workers who were able would return to work upon recovery - there was no question of fault or claims of negligence. This balanced approach was called the “compensation bargain,” and was an efficient, effective system that did not necessitate attorneys or other outside parties, but rather worked simply between employers and employees.

This symposium seeks to examine the state of the current workers’ compensation system in North Carolina, to see if it is today the “compensation bargain” it was intended to be.  

The seminar will be held August 1-2, 2010 in Winston-Salem, NC at the Embassy Suites Hotel.  The cost is $129 before July 10, and $149 after.  Register online today!

For more information and details, visit the Appalachian State College of Business website.