Category Archives: Child Labor Law

Two Teens Died in Tragic Incident An agreement was reached with Haasbach LLC in Mount Carroll, IL resolving 25 citations issued by OSHA and child labor civil money penalties assessed by its Wage and Hour Division. The resolution follows the … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Teen Workers the Summer Each year thousands of teens enter the workplace, often for summer jobs – they are the workforce of America’s future.   While often an asset to your workplace, eager to learn, and very enthusiastic, teen … Continue reading

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OSHA and the Wage and Hour Division together have fined Tempel Grain Elevators LLP of Wiley, Colo., more than $1.6 million following the May 29 death of a teenage worker at the company’s Haswell, Colo., grain storage operation. The youth … Continue reading

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Teen Summer Job Safety Each year thousands of teens enter the workforce. These teens are the workforce of America’s future. They can be an asset to your workplace, eager to learn, and very enthusiastic. However, they can also present some … Continue reading

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ESA News Release: [05/05/2009] Contact Name: Dolline Hatchett Phone Number: (202) 693-4651 Release Number: 09-0357-ATL U.S. Labor Department assesses Atlanta-based Demon Demo Inc. maximum child labor penalty following death of teen at demolition site Penalty is 1st by Wage and … Continue reading

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GINA Imposes Penalties Due to Youth Work-Related Death and Serious Injury The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) was signed by President Bush on May 21, 2008 and became law.  The main focus of the legislation prohibits discrimination based on genetic … Continue reading

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