COMP


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
About LUBA Workers' Comp Founded in 1991, LUBA Workers' Comp is a casualty insurance company covering businesses in Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Texas, through select, independent insurance agencies.
In his September column, one of our online workers' comp columnists, Safety National's Mark Walls, points to a January study from Johns Hopkins that said that 72 percent of the workers' comp medical costs in Louisiana are coming from 3.
Tenders are invited for 1 Dismantling of Tor road etc all comp
Diane Dare (30) won a Winter League comp from Ann Richards (29) and Jane Bell (29).
Provides: Chiropractic, dance class, per diem allowance, physiotherapy, shoe allowance, transportation, worker's comp.
The Supreme Court further reasoned that its holding permitting employers to force employees to use comp time is supported by the FLSA itself.
Comps at the chain have been riding around the 10 percent mark for the entire year.
Creates a medical network for employers to control unnecessary medical utilization in the workers' comp system that provides for injured workers to be treated by a network chosen by the employer.
Like Maine and Utah, other companies born of state workers' comp funds have sought to grow by branching out in new directions, not always with the same level of success.
Following the Florida training, one of the Iraqi Comp Air planes was shipped to Edwards.
Like the audit committee, comp committees increasingly are detailing the scope of the consulting work--and the related fees--for the entire year.
Comp Cams Inc,, Memphis, and Michael Morais (a former new-ventures specialist for Fletcher Challenge.

Full browser ?