The WCRI is a non-profit organization that began in 1983 and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It’s not a political or advocacy organization. Its purpose is to provide objective data on a variety of workers’ compensation issues to better serve the public. To get the data, it conducts scientific studies. Objectivity is based on peer review methods that are meant to be unbiased.
The types of studies the WCRI conducts are meant to answer such questions as:
The studies are conducted in many ways. Some of the ways include:
The results of the studies are given to those with a direct interest in the outcome of the studies. Recipients include specific industry groups, administrators who work in the workers’ compensation field, and legislators. The beneficiaries of the studies are the recipients plus injured workers, employers, insurers, and organized labor.
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