The idea of a compensation defense mechanism to keep the compensation for employees who lose their jobs due to their injury is very similar to the one that has been proposed in the U.S. for decades.
The concept was proposed in 2005 by the National Compensation Commission to protect workers who lose a job due to injury and their families.
It is designed to provide compensation to those workers and their survivors, to allow for “a reasonable amount of time for the employer to return to normal employment, and for the employees and their family to recover from the injuries sustained and recover from their illnesses and disabilities,” according to the commission.
This compensation is a “remedy to the pain, suffering and economic loss caused by the loss of their job.”
It’s a system that many U.K. states have already adopted, but it is unclear if any other U.