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Labor law changes for ages 16, 17 0 comments Changes to Wisconsin’s child labor law remove the requirement that 16 and 17 year olds obtain work permits prior to beginning work. The law also changes the terminology to be used and refers to the "employment of minors" instead of "child labor." Rock County Clerk Lisa Tollefson in a news release issued Thursday said the law signed by Gov. Scott Walker June 21 last week and effective June 23 does not change the requirement for minors younger than 16. Work permits will be issued as required to minors ages 15 and younger, she said. A work permit is required before anyone under the age of 16 is allowed to work in any job with the exception of agriculture or domestic service work. Employers must have a work permit on file for the minor being employed before they may allow the minor to begin work. To obtain a work permit, either the minor alone or the minor and a parent must visit the permit officer, taking with them: the minor’s birth certificate or other proof of age. letter from the employer expressing intent to hire, on employer’s regular letterhead, describing job duties and hours of work. a $10 permit fee (reimbursed by the employer). Copies of the permit go to the employer and the minor, in addition to the school district where the minor is enrolled. Contact the Rock County Clerk’s Office for more information at www.co.rock.wi.us/countyclerk-work-permits .
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