BWC Proposal In Chambers

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation will reduce premium rates for public employers an average of 10% next year, under a proposal discussed by the BWC’s Board of Directors and backed by Governor, Mike DeWine. If approved by the board, the reduction would save Ohio’s 3,700 school districts, cities, and other local government employers $17.8 million over their 2019 premiums. The governor lauded the proposal as a win for public employers and the state overall. It follows a 20% rate reduction for private employers that went into effect on July 1.

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