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Materials for Workers with Disabilities Paid Subminimum Wages under Section 14(c), Their Families, and Guardians

This page contains information and links for workers with disabilities and their family and guardians, to help them learn about their rights in the workplace. While it is the responsibility of employers to comply with all applicable labor laws, it is important that workers know about these laws and how they affect them.

General Guidance

General Guidance

For general information about the employment of workers with disabilities paid at subminimum wages, click here for General Guidance.

Free Seminars

Free Seminars

The Wage and Hour Division conducts free seminars on the requirements of section 14(c). For more information about these seminars, click here for Free Seminars.

14(c) Certificate Holders

14(c) Certificate Holders

Employers who hire workers with disabilities who are paid subminimum wages must have been issued a certificate by the Wage and Hour Division. To review the lists of employers who hold certificates, click here for 14(c) Certificate Holders.

Contact Us

Contact Us

Do you have a question about subminimum wages or think that your employer may not be paying you fairly? Contact the Wage and Hour office closest to you.

Subscribe to 14(c) News

Other Resources

Other Resources

There are many other resources available to workers with disabilities, your families, and your guardians. For a list of some government agencies and other organizations that can offer help, click here for Other Resources.