Many different factors control the ability of children to work. The MCLA controls what time of the day, how long, and what days children can work. It also regulates what tasks a child can perform, for instance, a child may not be employed to serve, dispense or handle intoxicating liquors that are consumed at the location. Therefore, it is important to understand what the Act entails to understand what duties a child can perform. There are many variables to take into consideration. For that reason, if you are unsure of a circumstance under the Act, contact a lawyer to determine the correct understanding.

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