WORKER'S COMPENSATION Definition

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WORKER'S COMPENSATION is, usually, a state or privately managed insurance fund in the United States that reimburses employees for injuries suffered on the job.

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INTENSITY DRIVERS are used to directly charge for the resources used each time an activity is performed.

IN-KIND is the value of goods or services provided for which money would have otherwise been paid.

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