Young Workers Rights: Minors should know their rights as employees. Check out Youngworkers.org for information for students, parents and employers.
 
Youth Rules! is a website by the U.S. Department of Labor. This site provides information for teens, parents and employers.
 
Child Labor Laws are important to understand. This pamphlet is created by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.
 
As a working teen, be aware of the possible issues of harassment and injury on the job. Review these fact sheets on Sexual Harassment (also in Spanish) and Protecting Your Health (also in Spanish) created by UCLA Labor Occupational Safety & Health Program.
 
 
 
 
 
Parents, is your teen working or planning on getting a job soon? Please visit this site by UC Berkeley to understand what your teen may encounter at work and how it may affect other parts of their lives.  Or download the Fact Sheet here (PDF)
 
Child Labor Laws are important to understand. This pamphlet is created by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Child Labor Laws are important to understand. This pamphlet is created by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. It is an all inclusive document addressing minimum wage requirements, hours of work, workers compensation and more.

 

Understand your responsibilities by visiting the Employer Requirements portion of this pamphlet.
 
View a summary of the State and Federal laws of employing a minor:
 
 
This website can help you prevent injuries by providing you with important information on key California child labor and health and safety laws, training tips, and other steps employers can take.
 
Safety first! Keep this fact sheet (also in Spanish) posted as a quick reference for yourself at your work site.
 
 
 
 
 
Help our students enter the world of work knowledgeable of their rights and safety issues. Visit Young Workers by UC Berkeley for useful resources to pass on to our teen students.
 
Use this resource to provide orientation to worksite supervisors on Teen Health and Safety on the job.
 
Hand out this fact sheet (PDF also in Spanish) along with work permit applications, requests or the actual work permit to keep our teens informed of their rights, laws, health and safety issues.