Train Your Family to Learn about Others!
In September, most kids should be off to school for another year of learning, and experience! The Department offers several training programs for students and teachers to deal with bullying and discrimination, as well as learn about the wage and hour standards for young people working while in school.
The NoMo Bullying presentation is offered to all schools for students and teachers alike to understand their rights and responsibilities when it comes to bullying. Discriminatory bullying is illegal, not to mention hurtful, and it’s important for everyone to know when those words and actions cross the line.
Our Free School Presentation can be given on a variety of topics. Speakers share the most up-to-date information with students at the elementary, high school, or college levels. Some of the programs offered include discrimination and cultural sensitivity training. Check out the full list of programs offered by the Department in our Speaker’s Bureau.As kids hit the books and focus more on school, their work schedule should slow down. The Wage and Hour Standards presentation covers general information on several topics including minimum wage, overtime pay, breaks, vacation time, and employment relationships. The Child Labor training presentation informs Missouri employers, parents, school officials, and youth about workplace safety, acceptable positions, and hour restrictions during the summer and the school year. Child Labor presentations also inform audiences about how inspections are performed to ensure employers are complying with the law to protect youth from working in prohibited or hazardous occupations. You can also check our Youth Employment page for additional information and statistics.