Employees grow in stature in a company to which they choose to be loyal. Their tenure usually merits all kinds of benefits, such as higher pay, respect, and probably a managerial position. But it's generally unavoidable for workers in such a position to receive an increase in stress, as well. In fact, a senior employee will always deal with more mental burdens, as he or she has a greater level of responsibility, or may be in charge of a implementing a project, or of maintaining the efficiency of an entire team.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is real; in fact, it affects a number of working Americans.
Worker's Compensation is a type of insurance that is designed to protect both employers and employees when someone is injured on the job. The process is simple. Each workplace is required to pay premiums to an insurance carrier. When an employee gets hurt on the job, they file a claim. Worker's compensation pays the injured employee's medical bills and compensates them for lost wages. Following is an explanation of how this program works in Wisconsin.