– Public Service Employment Regulation –

Part 15

Workers' Compensation Supplement

121 Application
This Part applies to managers or opted out or excluded employees who are injured while on the job.
(1) An employee's injury must qualify for benefits under the Workers' Compensation Act for the employee to earn Workers' Compensation Supplement.

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122 Workers’ Compensation Supplement Entitlements
(1) If an employee is injured on the job, the employee will be paid at the regular full salary for up to 80 days.
(2) If an employee returns to work before receiving 80 days of entitlements, and then is absent as a result of the same injury, the employee will be paid the full salary for the balance of the 80 days.
(3) If an employee is not able to return to work after 80 days, the employee will be paid benefits for which the employee is eligible under the Workers’ Compensation Act and the Long Term Disability Income Continuance Plan.
(4) If an employee must leave work the day the injury occurs, the employee will receive full pay for that day. The 80-day entitlement is not reduced by this amount.
(5) When a paid holiday falls within the 80-day period, the day is considered part of the 80-day entitlement and the entitlement is reduced.

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Last Review / Update: 2012-11-06

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Wage Employees
Temporary Employees
Part Time Salaried Employees
Contract Employment
Part 3
Hours of Work
Part 4
Part 5
Classification Plans
Part 6
Probationary Appointment
Part 7
Part 8
Premium Pay
Part 9
Bargaining Unit Educational Services Pay
Part 10
Paid Holidays
Part 11
Christmas Closure
Vacation Leave and Supplement
Northern Leave
Casual Illness Leave
General Illness Leave
Special Leave
Attendance at Court and Tribunals
Maternity, Parental/Adoption Leave
Leave of Absence Without Pay
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Part 12
Position Abolishment
Part 13
Layoff and Recall
Part 14
Discipline Appeal Process
Part 15
Workers' Compensation Supplement
Part 16
Performance Management
Part 17
Official Pay Plan
Part 18, Sec 125, deleted, M.O. 7/2009, Oct-1-2009

Part 19, Sec 126, deleted, M.O. 7/2009, Oct-1-2009
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