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Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers questions employers, parents and teens may have about employing teen workers (ages 14-17). Explains non-agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions. Provides links to other resources.



Publication
F700-022-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens /Adolescentes en el trabajo (Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers questions employers, parents and teens may have about employing teen workers (ages 14-17). Explains non-agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions. Provides links to other resources.



Publication
F700-022-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Hiring Teens this Summer?

Flier: Provides important information about hiring teens, including extra safety precautions, as well as legal requirements regarding minor work endorsement, hours and prohibited duties. Provides telephone, e-mail and Web contacts for more information.



Publication
F700-142-000
 
Hiring Teens this Summer? - Spanish (¿Piensa contratar adolescentes este verano?)
Flier: Provides important information about hiring teens, including extra safety precautions, as well as legal requirements regarding minor work endorsement, hours and prohibited duties. Provides telephone, e-mail and Web contacts for more information.

Publication
F700-142-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Employing teens under 18 in food service? - L&I’s fact sheet of permitted and prohibited work activities for youth ages 14 to 17 in food service

Fact sheet: Explains permitted and prohibited work activities for youth ages 14 to 17 in food service. Includes rules for driving, student-learner exemptions and work hours.



Publication
F700-167-000
 
Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State/ Sus Derechos como Trabajador en el Estado de Washington (English/Spanish)

Required poster: Reviews workers' rights under Washington's wage-and-hour laws. Topics include minimum wage, overtime, meal and rest breaks, pay periods, deductions, and employment of teens under age 18. Also reviews family leave provisions under federal and state law, and leave for spouses of deploying military personnel and victims of domestic violence. Note: Employers in both agricultural and non-agricultural industries in Washington State must display this poster where workers can see it.

Please order from L&I or print on 11" x 17" paper.

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Poster
F700-074-909
 
Seasonal Group Variance Application

Used for Exceptions from the Hours of Work for Minors for Seasonal work. This form is a word document and can be completed electronically. If you have an electronic signature, you may use it on the form. You may save the form and send it as an attachment via email to the address at the top of the form, i.e., teensafety@Lni.wa.gov. If you do not have an electronic signature, complete the form, save it in your files, print it, sign it and fax or mail it to the address at the top of the form. Variance Application forms may be faxed to (360) 902-5300. If you would like the approved Variance Certificate faxed back to your business, please state so on your cover sheet.



Form
F700-135-000
 
Youth in Construction - English/Spanish (Adolescentes en construcción)
Booklet/pamphlet: Explains the limits on work teens under age 18 can perform in the construction industry, discusses the importance of training and emphasizes safety. Includes a checklist of "do's" and "don'ts" for employers, plus other resources.

Publication
F700-145-909
 
Congratulations! You've been approved to hire minors
Card: Reminds employers of special work rules for employees under age 18. Lists key points and provides a Web address for where to find more detailed information. Sent to all employers who obtain a minor work permit endorsement on the master business license.

Publication
F700-136-000
 
Parent Authorization Summer Work

This form is for summer employment of minors, only, and is for parents or legal guardians to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer.  All parties must sign to approve the work schedule and duties for a minor prior to permitting them to work.  This is NOT a work permit.  Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Business License where they employ workers under 18.



Form
F700-168-000
 





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