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Labor Cabinet offers Free workplace law posters
Preprinted posters can be ordered by phone, or may be printed from the Cabinet's website
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By Jarrad Hensley
News from Kentucky Labor Cabinet
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 20, 2017) - The Kentucky Labor Cabinet today issued a reminder to employers that it provides, at no charge, posters summarizing Kentucky's wage and hour, wage discrimination, child labor, and occupational safety and health laws.
Employers are required by law to display posters of these laws in a conspicuous and accessible place on the premise where any person is employed. Employers must also post a notice about its workers' compensation insurance and certain information about the employee's rights under workers' compensation law.
Employers may print the Wage and Hour, Wage Discrimination, Child Labor Law, and Occupational Safety and Health posters from the Cabinet's website. They may also request preprinted posters by calling 502-564-3070. Posters requested by phone will be mailed at no charge to the employer. The Workers' Compensation Notice may also be obtained online.
The Labor Cabinet's website also contains links to other posters required under Kentucky law, including those related to unemployment insurance and equal employment opportunities, which are under the jurisdiction of the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet and Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, respectively.
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