How many months in advance should you apply for a job?
As previously mentioned, applying 1-3 months before you’d like to begin employment is recommended. While in some cases, three months might be too long, one month might not give you enough time depending on your industry.
Can a 16 year old work after 7pm?
Other general rules for 13 – 16 year olds are that: they cannot work before 7am and after 7pm; they must have a break from work of at least 2 weeks a year; and. they must have a rest break of 1 hour for every 4 hours worked.
How late can under 18s work?
a child does not work later than 9:00pm on a night before attending or receiving schooling. a child’s combined work and schooling hours during one week is 50 hours or less.
How many hours a week are you allowed to work at 17?
Working hours, time off and rest breaks for young people aged 16 and 17Maximum working day8 hoursMaximum working week40 hoursHalf hour rest breakafter 4 1/2 hours workDaily rest break12 consecutive hours offWeekly rest break2 days off, to be consecutive as far as is practicable
Can I get a full time job at 17?
New South Wales There is no minimum legal working age for those who want to start working. The minimum age for full time work is 17 years old.
How long can a 17 year old work a day?
Can my employer make me work 16 hours a day?
The FLSA sets no limits on how many hours a day or week your employer can require you to work. As long as you work fewer than 40 hours in a week, you aren’t entitled to overtime. (But again a few states, such as Alaska and California, require employers to pay workers overtime if they work more than eight hours a day.)
What’s the longest shift you can legally work?
A normal work shift is generally considered to be a work period of no more than eight consecutive hours during the day, five days a week with at least an eight-hour rest.
Can I refuse to work on Sundays?
You opt out by writing to your employer and giving them three months’ written notice that you want to stop working on Sundays. Your employer is not allowed to treat you unfavourably (for example, deny you overtime or promotion) and you can’t be dismissed fairly for refusing to work on Sundays under this right.