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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 /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
 
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
 
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
 
Master Business Application

Link is to the Master Business License online form: Required for employers who hire minors and is obtained by completing the Master Business Application. Also available from L&I warehouse.



Form
BLSF-700-028
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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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