Wausau, Wisc. — Although an economic recession in the United States would not be good news overall for employers, most don't believe a recession would drive up workers' compensation claims, according to a new survey of financial executives.

The responses were gathered as part of the fourth annual “Wausau Multiline Productivity Poll,” an independent survey of 255 financial executives, conducted by Guideline Inc., a national, New York-based research firm.

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