Every employer, labor organization, employment agency, or other business or establishment covered by Chapter 213, RSMo shall post the Commission's equal employment poster in a place where other employee notices are posted or in a conspicuous place where employees will have access to it. Required by Missouri State Law.​

 

The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers in the business of sale or rental of housing to post MCHR-6 Discrimination in Housing.

 

The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers doing business in places open to the public to post MCHR-7 Discrimination in Public Accommodations.

 

This report, as required by §287.680 RSMo, briefly describes each of the programs and units with the Division of Workers' Compensation and summarizes the transactions and proceedings undertaken for the year 2016.

 
This report, as required by §287.680 RSMo, briefly describes each of the programs and units with the Division of Workers' Compensation and summarizes the transactions and proceedings undertaken for the year 2017.
 

Directory of Missouri Docket locations and addresses.

 
Analyzing 2018 workplace injuries in the Educational Services sector.
 

A form outlining eligibility guidelines for the Second Injury Fund.

 

An employer uses the Employer Change Request to inform the Division when it has sold all or part of its business, closed its business, stopped employing workers, or changed its name or address. The Division evaluates the information from the form to determine whether the employer's account should be updated, closed, transferred, or left unchanged.

 

This is the form for employers to appeal an unemployment insurance determination regarding a former employee.