As summer begins, many teens will be entering the workforce. Some will be employed for the first time; others may be managing other employees. Because summer employment often is temporary or part-time, these young workers frequently fall through the cracks. However, employers who overlook the rights of teen employees do so at their peril. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, recently reached several significant settlements on behalf of teen employees. Most ...
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