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Young Workers in Agriculture/Trabajadores jóvenes en la agricultura (English/Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers many questions employers and minor workers have about employing minors. Covers agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions for workers 12-17 years of age.



Publication
F700-096-909
 
How To Calculate Your Wage in Agriculture

Fact/Information sheet: Shows piece rate workers how to calculate their wages to check if they are being paid minimum wage.



Publication
F700-171-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Cómo calcular su salario en agricultura - (English) How To Calculate Your Wage in Agriculture

Hoja de información: Muestra a los trabajadores por contrato como calcular sus salarios y verificar si le están pagando salario mínimo.



Publication
F700-171-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
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
 
Parent / School Authorization for Employment of a Minor and Special Variance

For legal guardians and school officials to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer. The Special Variance allows additional hours of work for 16- and 17-year-olds and is described on the form. All parties must sign to approve the hours of work for a minor regardless of the number of hours listed. This is NOT a work permit. Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Master Business License where they employ workers under 18.

For hiring youth only during non-school weeks, you may use form F700-168-000 Parent Authorization Summer Work  



Form
F700-002-000
 
Application for Farm Labor Contractor License

Used to apply or renew a license.



Form
F700-014-000
 
Variance Application - For exceptions from specific rules governing employment of minors.

Employer uses this application for requesting a variance to employment regulations for minors.



Form
F700-076-000
 
Farm Labor Contractor Registration

Fact Sheet: Explains how to get a farm labor contractor license in order to operate legally as a farm labor contractor in Washington State.



Publication
F700-088-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Your Daily Record of Hours Worked (English/Spanish) / Su Registro de Horas Trabajadas
Pamphlet/booklet: A pocket-sized bilingual booklet to encourage agricultural workers to keep track of their daily work hours and earnings.

Publication
F700-105-909
 
Summary of Agricultural Employment Regulations and Farm Contractor Requirements

This summary is on employment laws relating to the agricultural industry.



Publication
F700-124-000
 
Agricultural Employer Worksheet

Used by agricultural employers to assist them in determining if they are following the state Agricultural Employment Standards and the Minimum Wage Act for their employees.



Form
F700-125-000
 
Agricultural workers information line (English/Spanish)
Card: Wallet card with a toll-free telephone number where agricultural workers can call to learn about their workplace rights.

Publication
F700-103-909
 
Seasonal Group Variance Application

Used for Exceptions from the Hours of Work for Minors for Seasonal work.  Complete the form, 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
 
Agricultural Employment Standards - Chapter 296-131 WAC (Spanish) Estándares de Trabajo Agrícola

Agricultural Employment Standards - Chapter 296-131 WAC (Spanish) Estándares de Trabajo Agrícola



Manual
F700-085-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Application for Farm Internship

Application form: Small farm owners wishing to participate in the pilot small farm internship program must complete this form and submit it to the department. The information requested on the form is required to process an application for approval in order to issue a certificate of participation.



Form
F700-158-000
 
Farm Labor Contractor Registration-Spanish (Registro para un Contratista de Trabajadores Agrícolas)

Fact Sheet: Explains how to get a farm labor contractor license in order to operate legally as a farm labor contractor in Washington State.



Publication
F700-088-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Student Learner Variance Application

Employer uses this application form for requesting a variance to employment regulations for minors enrolled in a work-based learning placement. It can be used for individual or multiple minors for the same employer.



Form
F700-166-000
 
Your Daily Record of Hours and Units Worked - For Agricultural Workers / Spanish - Su Registro Diario de Horas y Unidades Trabajadas - Para Trabajadores Agrícolas

Booklet: A pocket-sized bilingual guide to encourage agricultural workers to keep track of their daily work hours, units and earnings.



Publication
F700-169-909
 





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