How to get a 100% VA Rating and Get Paid (Complete Guide)
VA Disability Claims can involve a variety of scenarios and employment considerations. One such consideration is the difference between a sheltered work environment and a protected work environment.
A sheltered work environment, sometimes referred to as a subminimum wage program, involves an employer paying disabled workers less than the minimum wage for similar tasks or jobs as those performed by non-disabled employees. In contrast, employers providing protected work environments are typically required to pay all workers with disabilities the same wages as their non-disabled counterparts. VA disability claims require proof that the claimant can be successfully employed in a protected work environment and make a meaningful contribution to their employer’s business.
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3:01 Sheltered Work Environment Vs Protected Work Environment
5:58 When will the VA define a Protected Work Environment?
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