Exempted Employment Law and Legal Definition
Exempted employment is referred with regard to child employment. Generally a child is prohibited from being engaged in an employment. But certain state statutes permit a child to be in employment in certain situations. This is known as exempted employment.
Alaska Stat. § 23.10.330 lays out situations of exempted employment. A child under is not prohibited to be in employment under the direct supervision of a parent in business or a boat owned and operated by a parent. A minor of any age may be employed as a performer in the entertainment industry. Performer in the entertainment industry is a performer in advertisements and television, film, radio, and theater productions. It does not include employment on the premises of a business offering any form of adult entertainment regardless of the nature of the work performed by the minor.
Provisions relating to times, hours, or days of work do not apply to the employment of a minor as a performer in the entertainment industry.
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