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CWCI: Benefits to Increase More Than 5% in 2023

  • State: California
  • Topic: WEST
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Tom Martin Nov 17, 2022 a 8:14 am PST

It’s not an “increase”. It’s supposed to prevent a reduction in the value of benefits due to the cost of living.

Keith More, Esq. Nov 18, 2022 a 8:25 am PST

I agree with Tom

Keith More, Esq. Nov 18, 2022 a 8:25 am PST

I agree with Tom

Alan Gurvey, Esq. Nov 19, 2022 a 5:43 am PST

Legally speaking, it is an "adjustment", resulting in an increase, mandated by the existing statutory law in the Labor Code, but for PR purposes to quell any potential noise over a new benefit increase bill, it is positioned as a "benefit increase".

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