WHAT YOUR TEEN'S NOT SUPPOSED TO DO AT WORK -- NO, NOT THAT
Like Mike Fox, I learned to drive at 14.
Unlike Mike Fox, however, I had no idea how many labor laws I was breaking as I scooped ice cream, cooked hot dogs and cleaned freezers before escaping into the air-conditioned comfort of Western Montana's first mall.
If you employ a teenager -- or, even better, if you have one at home who's working -- don't miss Fox's links to a recent press release issued by the Department of Labor.
And while you're at it, enjoy a rare rant from the gentlemanly Fox on what he calls "the Walmart rhubarb."
Posted by Laurel Newby on February 17, 2005 at 02:10 PM | Permalink
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