Minor’s Rights FAQ

It is common knowledge that, in California, under certain circumstances, children under the age of eighteen (18) may work under certain circumstances. However, it’s not always clear what those circumstances are. This newsletter can help shed some light on that issue.

Q: Who is eligible for a work permit?

Q: Are all minors able to work the same number of hours?

Q: What is the maximum number of hours a minor can work while school is in session?

Q: What is the maximum number of hours a minor can work on a day for which school is not in session?

Q: Are there any restrictions applicable to minors’ work schedule?

Q: Do these rules apply to all students?

Q: What consequences can employers face for violating minors’ employment rights?

Q: Does Bibiyan Law Group handle cases for violations of minor’s employment rights?

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David Bibiyan is a distinguished attorney at Tomorrow Law, renowned for his expertise in employment law. With a strong focus on representing employees in various workplace disputes, he has become a trusted advocate for those facing discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, and wage and hour issues. Bibiyan’s approach is characterized by a deep understanding of both state and federal employment laws, ensuring that his clients receive knowledgeable and effective representation. His commitment to justice is evident in his dedication to each case, where he meticulously works to secure the best possible outcomes for his clients. Bibiyan’s reputation is built on a foundation of successful case resolutions, marked by his skillful negotiation and, when necessary, aggressive litigation strategies. His work at Tomorrow Law reflects a genuine passion for defending workers’ rights and promoting fair employment practices.

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