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Find out if your employer has workers’ compensation coverage in the event of a workplace injury.
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This guidebook is to assist in complying with the laws surrounding public works projects, including required forms and a project check-off list.
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Appeals rights and procedures in workers' compensation cases.
An application for certification by an insurance carrier writing workers' compensation in the state of Missouri.
An application form for those seeking employment with the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
Form to be used by employers applying for membership in a group trust.
An application to have an award, decision or order reviewed by the LIRC.
Information related to 1099 Fraud - Worker Misclassification, including consequences, online-assessment and tip reporting.
Un cartel para colgar en un lugar de trabajo notificar a los empleados sobre los beneficios de desempleo.
Certificate to employ a child age 14 or 15 during summer months.
Certificate to employ a child age 14 or 15 during school months.
A form to be completed by the injured worker or by his or her attorney when making a claim for workers' compensation for injuries occurring prior to January 1, 2014.