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Summer Break Means Summer Jobs for Teens; Do You Know Your Rights?

If you’re looking for a summer job, you need to know your rights in the workplace, says Eric Grover, a LA employment lawyer.

06/07/2013 // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Keller Grover LLP // Eric Grover // (Blog)

It’s summertime, which means millions of teenagers across the U.S. will be hitting the pavement hoping to score a summer job. But before you accept any job offers, make sure your employer is not asking you to work more hours and in places that are not permissible under federal labor laws, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover. It’s important that you know your rights when taking a job, especially as a teenager, because many employers will take advantage of you and push aside these labor laws.

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