WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A worker's compensation revision passed in Oregon is expected to save the grocery industry there almost $4 in insurance rates for every $100 in payroll. Under the recently enacted law, which was passed with strong backing from industry and opposition from organized labor, grocers should pay about $4.80 per $100, instead of the $8.50 per $100 in payroll they had been paying, according to Ross Dwinell, risk manager for United Grocers and president of the Grocers Insurance ...
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