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Workers’ Compensation: Mental Injury – Work-Related Stress – Job Survey

Where an environmental safety manager did not show that his duties were greater than other management personnel at his company and his employer's records showed that he worked 40-hour weeks and took regular vacations, sufficient evidence supported a finding that the manager's work-related stress was not extraordinary or unusual to support his claim of compensation ...