Arizona's Department of Labor resolves wage disputes, enforces youth employment laws, investigates private employment agencies and oversees the state's minimum wage laws, according to the Industrial Commission of Arizona... More »

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State and federal law requires employers to post labor law posters in conspicuous areas visited regularly by employees, and they must also be visible to applicants, explains LaborLawCenter. Specific posters employers may... More »

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Arizona does not require or issue work permits to people under 18 years of age seeking work. Parent or guardian permission is not required for employment, nor does it excuse youths from abiding by Arizona Youth Employmen... More »

Federal U.S. labor laws include the Fair Labor Standards Act, which mandates a minimum wage and overtime pay of 1 1/2 times the normal rate, says the Department of Labor. The act limits the hours children under 16 can wo... More »

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Some of the unique labor laws in California include the minimum wage for the state, as well as the laws regarding how overtime is paid. According to law firm Fox Rothschild, California has a minimum wage that is one of t... More »

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Federal and state wage and labor laws require employers to pay employees promptly, and therefore, withholding a paycheck is not allowed. Employers are legally obligated under the Fair Labor Standards Act to follow certai... More »

A 14-year old teen can get a work permit by visiting the youth, or minor, employment page at the state department of labor website, print the proper application forms and submit the forms according to instructions. Forms... More »

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