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Labor portal eases fed workers' comp filings

Labor Department improved the filing process with ECOMP – the Employees Compensation Operation and Management Portal – a site that often cuts in half the time it takes federal employees to file workers’ compensation claims in the federal workforce, the department said.

Its Web-based forms and the ability to upload and track documents make it easier for federal employees to submit the required documentation for claims. Workers’ comp staff at agencies can use a dashboard to manage claims, send email reminders and even file forms on behalf of workers who are incapacitated.  Find out more on the Labor Department blog.

Posted by GCN Staff on Oct 05, 2012 at 9:39 AM


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