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Online in April: OSHA dialogue on teen worker rights, protections

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UPDATE: The Department of Labor has extended the online dialogue to May 14.

Washington — The Department of Labor will host an online dialogue to gather ideas on how it can better reach teens, including those with disabilities, with key information about their workplace rights and protections.

From April 19 through April 30, parents, employers, other influential adults and teens themselves can share ideas as well as comment and vote on other participants’ ideas and recommendations.

For more information and to register, go to teenworkers.ideascale.com.

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