Hiring & Managing Teens
Businesses often rely on teenagers for seasonal help or part-time assistance. And itís up to employers to understand and follow the laws pertaining to this age group.
Child labor laws cover everything from the hours and jobs teens can work to safety and recordkeeping requirements for employers. If these laws are broken, the government can fine employers up to $11,000 for each employee. In addition, if the violations are found to be intentional, employers face even stiffer penalties, including prison time.
English, Soft cover, 134 Pages