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End of an Era as DIR Director Christine Baker Abruptly Retires

  • State: California
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Christine Baker, director of the California Department of Industrial Relations since 2011, has retir…

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Larry Wilkie Apr 3, 2018 a 8:04 am PDT

Congratulations on your retirement Christine. Larry Wilkie Fontana USD

Mary Huckabaa Apr 3, 2018 a 9:04 am PDT

Congratulations, Ms. Baker. It has been a pleasure to work with you on reform. The industry appreciates all you have done. Your legacy will live on.

J anon Apr 3, 2018 a 9:04 am PDT

Looking forward to working with you at Zenith.

Anne Bazel Apr 3, 2018 a 12:04 pm PDT

Of course. Another official to take a job at insurance company. No wonder how her activities were manipulated.

Dina Padilla Apr 7, 2018 a 12:04 pm PDT

Christine Baker started as an insurance employee before being employed by the state workers compensation department. After attending many hearings within the CCHWC & DIR, for many years where Ms. Baker was a major player's that she was a part of, and going up the state agency ranks AND NOT once, did she ever want to become concerned with what is happening to injured workers and that was proven even more so when she attended a workers compensation conference in WA.D.C.. in 2010.She would not even ride on the same elevator with injured workers and their advocates. She disregarded California's injured workers. Through out the decades of working as a civil servant, just how much of the insurance industry's instructions did Christine Baker infuse in the state of CA.laws to deny totally injured workers medical care disability wages? It is heir apparent by her going to work for an insurance company like so many top state civil servants that end up working for the insurance industry , that like Christine, did their best to deny rightful benefit to CA., injured workers. Millions of them!

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