WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION ACT, 1987 is a law that provides for payment of compensation to employees. This law applies to employees employed by the Republic as well as private persons, however, it does not apply to persons in the Armed Forces. In this video, Faith discusses what the worker should do when he is injured at work, who would pay for the medical treatment of the worker and whether the employer is required to pay the salary of the injured worker while he is undergoing medical treatment
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