Oregon’s WC Rate Ranking Study. Mike Manley Research Coordinator Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services Study team: Jay Dotter, Mike Manley. The 2014 study was released last week http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/dir/wc_cost/map.html. Oregon’s Rate Ranking study.
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Oregon’s WCRate Ranking Study
Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services
Study team: Jay Dotter, Mike Manley
Goals of the Oregon Rate Ranking
Comparability issues: Classes and payroll weights change over time. But the effects of class changes are typically minor.
How does the study’s median index rate do as a national benchmark?
Note: BLS data are through 2nd Quarter 2014
Peaked at +49% in 1990
-15% by 1994
-16% in 2012;
-26% in 2014
8810Clerical Office Employees NOC
8742Salespersons - Outside
8868COLLEGE: Professional Employees & Clerical
8832Physician and Clerical
8017STORE: Retail, NOC
8833Hospital: Professional Employees
These top 7 Oregon classes are all in the top 10 classes in NCCI country-wide payrolls. Together, they represent over 75% of the payroll weight in the study.
WC Rate ranking reports
2014 interactive map:
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