Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries

Rule Rule 839-021-0170
General Recordkeeping Requirements


(1)

Every employer employing minors must maintain and preserve records containing the following information and data with respect to each minor employed:

(a)

Name in full, as used for social security recordkeeping purposes and on the same record, the minor’s identifying symbol or number if such is used in place of name on any time, work or payroll records;

(b)

Home address, including zip code;

(c)

Date of birth;

(d)

Sex and occupation in which the minor is employed (sex may be indicated by use of the prefixes Mr., Mrs., Miss or Ms.);

(e)

Time of day and day of week on which the minor’s workweek begins;

(f)

Hours worked each workday and total hours worked each workweek;

(g)

Date the minor became employed by the employer and date employment was terminated.

(2)

In addition to the records referred to in section (1) of this rule, every employer employing minors under 16 years of age must maintain and preserve records containing the following information and data with respect to each minor under 16 years of age employed:

(a)

The time of day that each minor began working and the time of day that each minor stopped working;

(b)

A schedule of the maximum number of hours to be worked each day and each week by each minor.

(3)

The records required to be maintained and preserved in sections (1) and (2) of this rule are required in addition to and not in lieu of any other recordkeeping requirement contained in OAR 839-021-0001 to 839-021-0500 (Exemptions). However, when one record will satisfy the requirements of more than one rule, only one record will be required.
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