The Concurrent Employment benefits cause confusion in workers comp claim departments if the adjuster is not informed of other jobs worked by the injured employee.
Being concurrently employed simply means that a worker is employed by more than one employer. Workers compensation pay and benefits are determined by the calculated average weekly wages that an employee works.
Thus the benefits that an employee may receive are determined by the number of hours worked at a single firm. If you work multiple jobs, be aware that your compensation pay will be proportional to the number of hours worked for any particular job.
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