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A Parents' Guide to Apprenticeships
Booklet: Designed specifically for parents, this booklet provides an overview of apprenticeship. Topics include the benefits of apprenticeship, career options, requirements, how to apply and contact information.

Publication
F100-530-000
 
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
 
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 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
 
Comparing Career Pathways

Fact sheet: Assists high school students and their parents by comparing the benefits of registered apprenticeship to a traditional university or college program. Compares wages, costs, and length of study.



Publication
F100-531-000
 
Agreement of Assumption and Guarantee of Workers' Compensation Liabilities (Certified Self-Insurer)

Used by certified self-insured companies when they are acquired by another organization. New parent organization guarantees the self-insured workers' compensation liabilities of its new subsidiary.



Form
F207-040-001
 
Statement

This form is predominately used in non-accident related types of inspections. Used to obtain statements from employees or other individuals whenever it is determined that it would be useful to adequately document an apparent violation.



Form
F416-016-000
 
Employing Children Under Age 14 in Non-Agricultural Jobs

Fact sheet: Explains when employers can and cannot employ minors under age 14 in non-agricultural jobs. Details the process for obtaining court permission when hiring minors under 14 is allowed.



Publication
F700-117-000
 
Court Form Granting Permission for Employment of Minors

Form from Court Granting Permission for Employment of Minors to the employer.



Form
F700-119-000
 





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