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Over the past several years, Ontario's workers' compensation system has undergone extensive change both in terms of policy and legislation. these changes - which primarily came about as a result of the enactment of Bill 162 - means one must now be familiar with the application and interrelationship between three different legislative schemes and four different versions of the Ontario ""Workers Compensation Act"".;This new publication addresses: how the workers' compensation system in Ontario is currently organized and administered; and how and when the different regimes apply and are interrelated.;The service specifically explains the significant impact Bill 162 has had upon: the awarding of permanent disability compensation; the WCB's approach to vocational rehabilitation; and employers' obligation to re-employ rehabilitated workers.;The book also discusses the basis for calculating a worker's pre-injury earnings - for the purposes of determining compensation awards - pre-1985, pre-1989 and post-1989.