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Laying Off Employees
- The Shared Work Unemployment Compensation Program is an alternative to layoffs for employers faced with a reduction in available work. It allows an employer to divide the available work among a specified group of affected employees instead of a layoff. More...
Employers Should Know About...
The Missouri Human Rights Act (the Act) prohibits discrimination in housing, employment, and places of public accommodations based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability, age (in employment only), and familial status (in housing only). More ...
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Our On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Service can assist you in making your workplace safer and help avoid costly penalties imposed by OSHA. The program is designed for small employers (less than 250 employees on-site, no more than 500 employees nationwide) in high hazard industries. More ...
Most employers must pay their employees the state minimum wage rate of $7.50. More ...
Employers engaged in retail or service businesses whose annual gross income is less than $500,000 are not required to pay the state minimum wage rate. Employers not subject to the minimum wage law can pay employees wages of their choosing.
This guidebook is to assist in complying with the laws surrounding public works projects, containing a check off list for contractors, copies of the laws needed to be familiar with, forms that are required to be filled out, and other import information to assist with projects benefiting the public.