Minnesota Child Labor Law – Work Restrictions for Employees 16 and Younger

Changes for Driver Medical Card Physicals

By Patrick McGuiness

Same Test, New Doctor Beginning Wednesday, May 21, 2014 medical exams for commercial drivers must be performed by registered medical examiners. Longstanding state and federal regulations require certain commercial drivers to obtain certifications from medical professionals affirming that they are qualified to operate vehicles. In Minnesota, drivers that are covered by the regulations must carry…

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Zlimen & McGuiness Recognized by National Green Industry Publication!

By Patrick McGuiness

Zlimen & McGuiness has been recognized as the go-to law firm for green industry businesses. The following Article is from Turf Magazine, with a nationwide circulation of over 60,000. Original article available at: http://www.turfmagazine.com/print-10229.aspx Turf Magazine Keeping the Green Industry Legal  Owning a small business is a complicated affair, especially in the green industry where…

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Minnesota Child Labor Laws – More Child Worker Restrictions

By Patrick McGuiness

Time Restrictions for Minors 16 & 17 Years Old: Once a child reaches 16 years old, but before they turn 18 years old, there are expanded hours they can work. Minnesota law states that students may not work after 11pm on evenings before school days, or before 5am on school days. These hours may be…

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Minnesota Child Labor Law – Work Restrictions for Employees 16 and Younger

By Patrick McGuiness

Workers Younger Than 14 Years Old: Let’s start with the youngest workers. With a few exceptions, minors under the age of 14 may not be employed at all. The exceptions include: -Minors can be newspaper carriers (but must be at least 11 years old) -Minors can work in agriculture if they are at least 12…

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