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    Speak Up! - Browse Questions about Work and Employment

    Labor laws are very complicated in the United States and in Arizona. As a juvenile, you are protected under several sections of the labor law, written specifically to protect the rights of Juvenile laborers. If you have a full or part-time job now, you should be especially interested in this area of the law.

    You'll find questions that other kids have asked about labor and employment law at the bottom of this page. Clicking on the question will take you to an answer from a real attorney!

    We hope that you are able to answer your questions related to Labor law on the LawForKids.org Labor law page. If you don't find the answers here, look on the pages below or Submit your own Speak Up question to LawForKids.org.

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      What if my employer failed to pay me?
      What is the minimum wage that you can get?
      At my place of employment some money has gone missing. The loss prevention officer accused me of taking the money and told me to confess or he will call the police. It is well known that the former store manager assigned the same alarm code to several employees and that night workers (like me) are not allowed per company policy to make night deposits. I told this to the loss prevention officer and told him that we have found deposits just lying around the store on several occasions because store managers had not made deposits. I told him to call the police and file a report. Was that right?
      i am curently workin a part time job at at the local skating rink and they will schedule me for a time and i go in right on time never late and alot of times they will have me and other employees sit around and wait to get put on for hours without payin us they claim that theres nothin to do ... is it legal to make me stay around without gettin paid when im coming in on time or do they have to pay me and if they need to b payin me is there a way i can do something about this?? thanks for the help
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