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Employment certification laws. An employment certificate or permit is required for: minors under 18 High school graduates Minors who work for their parents Minors who do industrial homework. Exceptions For employment certificates and permits. Exceptions include:

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Employment certification laws

Employment certification laws

An employment certificate or permit is required for:

minors under 18

High school graduates

Minors who work for their parents

Minors who do industrial homework


Exceptions for employment certificates and permits
Exceptions For employment certificates and permits

Exceptions include:

  • Golf caddy, who is at least 14 years old

  • Babysitter, who is at least 14 years old

  • Farm hand 16 or 17 years old

  • Minors 12 and under working for their parents farm, or other outdoor work not connected with a business.


Exceptions for employment certificates and permits1
Exceptions For employment certificates and permits

Minor 14 and 15 years old

No power driven machinery used:

  • No certificate if work is causal Certificate is required if work is regular.

    Power driven machinery is used:

  • Certificate required whether or not work is casual


Exceptions for employment certificates and permits2
Exceptions For employment certificates and permits

Minors 16 and 17 Years old

No power driven machinery used:

  • No certificate if work is casual Certificate required if work is regular.

    Power driven machinery is used:

  • No certificate if work is casual . Certificate required if work is regular.


Types of employment certificates and permits
Types of Employment certificates and permits

  • Non-factory employment certificate (AT-18, blue paper) for 14 or 15 year olds.

  • General EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATE (at-19 green paper) For 16 or 17 year olds attending school. Not valid for hazardous employment opportunities.


Types of employment certificates and permits1
Types of Employment certificates and permits

  • Full time employment certificate (AT-20) salmon paper) for 16 or 17 year olds who is not attending school, or leaving for full time employment.

  • (see prohibited occupations and federal Prohibited occupations, for more information)


Permits
Permits

  • Farm work permits (At -24 yellow paper)

    • Minors 14 and 15 years of age

    • Must be signed by employer

  • Harvest of berries (AT-25 white paper)

    • Minors 12 and 13 years of age

  • Newspaper carrier permits (AT-23 Buff paper)

    • Minors 11 to 18 years of age

    • However a 14 year age minimum is required for delivery of periodicals, and similar items.


Permits1
Permits

  • Street Trade permits ( AT-26 Ivory Paper)

    • Self employed boys and girls 14 to 18 years old who sell newspapers or periodicals on streets or in public places, also shoe shiners.

  • Child Model Permits (AT-12 Green paper)

    • Under 18 years old (see spec. occupations – Child performers)

  • Performer permits

    • Issued by chief executive of the municipality in the performance place.

    • (see special occupations-child performers)


Obtaining employment certificates and permits
Obtaining Employment Certificates and permits

  • How to obtain certificates:

    • Paperwork required:

      • Written permission from a parent to work

      • Proof of age, birth certificate, or other documentation at least two years old

      • Certificate of physical fitness

      • Doctors note of be physically fit

      • Parent must obtain a full time employment certificate, and appear in person


Location of certificates
Location of certificates

  • The employer Must keep:

    • Non factory

    • Student general

    • Full time employment certificates

      Temporary placement agencies

    • Short term employment

    • Keep file in its office, and provide copies at the establishment where minor works.


Questions anyone
Questions anyone?

  • This can be confusing, but it is necessary for you to know all there is about certificates.

  • If you have any questions please stop and talk, or call Mrs. Mead at: 762-4633 Ext. 132


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