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To obtain a work permit, a minor must first be hired by an employer.
The employer must provide the accredited school with written notice that they intend to hire the minor, as well as the hours the minor will work and the types of duties the minor will perform.
If the minor's academics or attendance are not up to the school system's standards, the minor may be denied a work permit.
A: The "Intent to Employ/A1" form is a form that the employer is required to complete.
A: Nearly all minors ages 14 through 17 who wish to work in Indiana are required to obtain a work permit.
Work permits are obtained from the accredited high school in the school district where the minor resides.
If the school is refusing based upon your not being a student with that school, please contact the Bureau of Child Labor by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at (317) 232-2655.The school will require that this form be completed before issuing a Work Permit. A: The Work Permit must remain on file at the location of the minor's employment.For example, if the minor works in a restaurant, the original copy of the Work Permit must stay on file in that restaurant for the duration of the minor's employment.A: In 2006, the Child Labor laws were changed to allow a minor to hold more than one work permit as long as his/her employment does not extend past the work hour restrictions for his/her age.For more information regarding the teen work hour restrictions, please see the Frequently Asked Questions at .