The Workers' Compensation Action Network (WCAN) today applauded the administration of Governor Jerry Brown for achieving a key milestone toward implementation of Senate Bill 863, a comprehensive legislative reform to California's $16 billion workers' compensation system.
What does WCAN stand for?
WCAN stands for Workers' Compensation Action Network (Sacramento, CA)
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We have 8 other meanings of WCAN in our Acronym Attic
- Web Cam
- West Coast Asset Management (est. 2000)
- Western Canada Aviation Museum (Winnipeg, Maintoba, Canada)
- Wet Collectieve Afwikkeling Massaschade (Dutch: Collective Mass Claims Settlement Act; Netherlands; est. 2005)
- Wide Context Acoustic Modeling
- World Congress on the Aging Male
- Western Canada Airsoft Network (club network)
- Western Canadian Amateur National Motocross Championships (Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada)
- Wine Country Aquatics of Napa (Napa, CA)
- Women of Color Action Network (est. 2000)
- WWMCCS Crisis Alerting Network (US DoD)
- Western Canadian Association for Nude Recreation (AANR region)
- Western Colorado Area Office (Bureau of Reclamation; Grand Junction, CO)
- Williamson County Association of Realtors (Texas)
- Weapon Control Intrasystem & Intersystem Alignment Procedures
- Web Calendar Access Protocol
- Westinghouse Commercial Atomic Power
- Winfield Capital Corporation (stock symbol)
- Women and Children Affairs Programme (est. 1988; Bangladesh)
- World Class Athlete Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
25, 2004 Voters Poised to Pass Cost-cutting Reform Measure if Legislature Fails To Act A new survey released today shows that nearly 80% of voters support the cost-cutting reforms sponsored by Governor Schwarzenegger and supported by the Workers' Compensation Action Network, and are poised to enact a ballot measure in November containing these reforms if legislators refuse to pass them.
29, 2004 California employers -- large and small, public and private -- are joining together to form the Workers' Compensation Action Network (WCAN), a grassroots effort to urge quick action by the California Legislature to overhaul the state's costly and dysfunctional workers' compensation system.