SB 0416 Requires employers to keep records regarding child employees and makes technical changes to child labor chapter
LR Number:1147S.01P Fiscal Note:1147-01
Committee:Labor and Industrial Relations
Last Action:05/18/01 - H Inf H Calendar S Bills for Third Reading Journal page:
Effective Date:August 28, 2001
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SB 416 - This act requires employers employing children to record the child's name, address, age, time and hour worked, and to keep such records for two years. Records are confidential and releasable only upon court order. When the Director brings a civil action against an employer to enforce child labor laws, the Director may consider the size of the business and the absence of enumerated aggravating factors in determining what amount of civil damages is appropriate to request. This act also makes technical changes to existing child labor laws.