Carroll County to address 467 labor violations

Robichaud said the inspection covered the period from April 2015 to October 2016. He said the labor department has proposed a fine of $48,100 but that there is room to negotiate it down.

The labor department is proposing a civil penalty for violations including paying wages later than the designated payday; wages not paid due to miscalculations; no documentation to prove status; youths working without parental permission; youth prohibitions (for) students; exceeding hours for youth labor, and exceeding night work limitations for youth. | More…

| Conway Daily Sun

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