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Unformatted text preview: Shonelle Best HCR 230 8/30/2011 Checkpoint: Characteristics of Workers' Comp Plans University of Phoenix There are four different types of the federal worker’s compensation plans. They cover work related illnesses and injuries suffered by civilian employees of the federal government. They also cover occupational diseases acquired by them. There are two types of state workers’ compensation plans. The first one provides coverage for the employees’ medical bills if they are injured on the job. The second one covers a percentage of the employees pay while they are unable to work. It is necessary for the employer to have both plans to ensure that the employee is covered in case of an on the job injury. The federal workers compensation plans are meant for employees that work for federal agencies, if they were to get hurt or possibly get some sort of disease from the work site. There are four different programs that are used for this type of work. One of these programs is called the Federal Employees’ programs that are used for this type of work....
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