Hiring Children

Gray Reed's Employer Handbook
June 25, 2012
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This month's piece is written for both your business and personal interest. Maybe your close friend is trying to get you to hire her 14 year old to get him out of the house for the summer. Or, perhaps, you would like (or maybe even begging) to get your own teenager out of the house. Either way, you should know that there are a surprisingly large number of rules regarding the employment of kids under the age of 18. Even 16 year olds who you might think can do just about anything have some restrictions.

Take a look at this month's piece to learn more to find out the answers to these questions and more.

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