Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-2-2-11

Sec. 11 . (a) An employer or his agent who:

(1) discharges or otherwise discriminates in regard to tenure or condition of employment against any employee because the employee has:

(A) instituted or participated in the institution of any action to recover wages under this chapter;  or

(B) demanded the payment of wages under this chapter;

(2) pays or agrees to pay any employee less than the minimum wage prescribed by section 4 of this chapter;  or

(3) fails to keep records required by section 8 of this chapter;

commits a Class C infraction.

(b) An employer or the employer's agent who knowingly or intentionally violates section 4 or 8 of this chapter commits a Class A infraction.

(c) An employer or the employer's agent who violates section 4 of this chapter, having a prior unrelated judgment for a violation of section 4 of this chapter, commits a Class B misdemeanor.

(d) An employer or the employer's agent who violates section 8 of this chapter, having a prior unrelated judgment for a violation of section 8 of this chapter, commits a Class B misdemeanor.


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