суббота, 28 января 2017 г.

Age limits - job

Did you know that it is illegal to work if you are under 13 years old? And that youth work should not affect schoolwork? Read more about age limits in employment here.

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Mostly apply core labor standards for all, no matter how old you are. But in some areas there are special rules to protect those who are under 18 years.

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The law distinguishes between four age groups in terms of age and work:

Under 13 years
Persons under 13 years can not generally take jobs. If family runs farm, however children under 13 years help as potato harvesting, berry picking and easy care of animals. This is not regarded as work in the legal sense

The age limit of 13 years does not apply if, for example, to participate in filming or theater, but only if due consideration is given to your safety, health, development and education. You must also have written permission from parents or guardians, and there must be consent from the Labour Inspection. Read more about this on arbeidstilsynet.no .

Also read: Exemption card and tax
13-15 years
If you have 13 years of age can perform "light" work. If the work is rated as easy, you can for example take a job as a paperboy or perform office and shop work.

Have you turned 14, you may also have other work as part of your schooling or practical vocational guidance. Such training should be approved by the school authorities.

If you are under 15 or are school requires the written consent of your parents (guardians) before you can start working. Read more about it on arbeidstilsynet.no .

15-18 years
Young people over 15 may have work that is not detrimental to their safety, health, development or schooling. That means for example, you may have shop work and rydde- and maintenance work in parks.

The employer must in each case determine whether the work can be detrimental to you, and is obliged to do what is necessary and attend to your safety, health and development.

Read also: Employment contract and certificate
Certain types of work considered dangerous and are forbidden to perform by persons under 18 years. Your employer can not put you to such work. For example, do not carry out work where you can be exposed to carcinogenic chemicals, radiation or dangerous machinery. Although the work is basically prohibited, the youth between 15 and 18 years in certain cases still perform the work if it occurs as part of a vocational training.

18 years
Once you have turned 18, you can take the vast majority of jobs. In some jobs it still own age limits. For example, do have 20 years of age to be allowed to sell liquor.


Working hours - how much can you work?
Working hours for persons under 18 years should be laid so it does not interfere with their schooling, or prevents you from taking advantage of lessons. The rules differ on age and whether you have school or not. School you while you go to primary school, ie the youth school.

See also: Searching job for the first time?
15 years old and the mandatory school

For persons under 15, or who are required to attend school, make working hours do not exceed two hours a day and 12 hours a week for weeks of instruction. On school-free days you can work up to seven hours a day. During school holidays lasting at least a week, you can work up to seven hours a day and 35 hours a week.

Labour Inspectorate may permit you to work more than two hours a day and 12 hours a week at cultural or similar work. An example of this is the participation in a play. If you are part of a scheme organized by the school that switches on theoretical and practical training, do work and school hours shall not exceed 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week.

When you are under 15 years of age or school, you should have free between 20.00 at night and 6:00 in the morning. There are exceptions to this rule. You can, for example, with the filming or plays.

15-18 years and not school
For people between 15 and 18 who are not required to attend school must work hours not exceed eight hours a day and 40 hours a week. You will also have free between 2300 and 0600. Work between 21.00 and 23.00 is night work, and is allowed only under certain conditions.

There are special rules for so-called "cultural work" - that is, working in theater, film and the like. Among other things, the exemption from the ban on night work.

If you are between 15 and 18 and not attending compulsory education, there are also exceptions to the ban on night work for cleaning, ombæring of newspapers and more. What is exempt and what rules apply when, standing in Regulations Chapter 5.

Exemptions from the ban on night work are regulations on organization, leadership and participation § 12-9.

18 years
For people over 18 have normal working hours not be more than nine hours a day and 40 hours a week. This is the first place, but the law sets in some cases other boundaries (36/38 hrs) within seven days. In addition, the Act allows averaging of normal working hours. Many jobs, however, agreement on shorter working hours than the legal basis.

The rules on working hours are in the Working Environment Act Chapter 10 - if you are over 18 (Lovdata).

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