Worker's compensation (Germany)
Worker's compensation in Germany is a national, compulsory program that insures workers for injuries or illness incurred through their employment, or the commute to or from their employment. Wage earners, apprentices, family helpers and students including children in kindergarten are covered by this program. Almost all self employed persons can voluntarily become insured. The German worker's compensation laws were the first of their kind.
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