What are my rights under the Youth Labor Bill of Rights Act?

The right to a fair and full day's pay for a fair and full day's work.
The right to a safe workplace and the right to file a complaint if the job is unsafe.
The right to overtime pay for every hour work beyond 40 hours a week.
The right to equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability in an environment free of sexual and physical harassment.
 




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