Report released on Workers Compensation in NSW.


The Law and Justice Committee has released a report into Workers Compensation in NSW, making as many as 26 recommendations to improve a system has that has been described as "broken" and "dysfunctional" by stakeholders. One of the main concerns revolved around dispute resolution processes, which have been found to be slow and ineffective. Some of the recommendations specified in the report include creating a single, comprehensive training framework for case managers, and cracking down on dodgy surveillance tactics used by insurers.

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