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Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-2-18-20

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Sec. 20. (a) Upon presentation to the issuing officer of the documents required by section 17 of this chapter, an employment certificate shall be issued immediately to the minor.  The employment certificate shall state the maximum number of hours that the minor may be employed by the employer.  However, an issuing officer may deny an employment certificate to a minor:

(1) whose attendance is not in good standing;  or

(2) whose academic performance does not meet the school corporation's standard.

(b) Not more than five (5) days after issuing an employment certificate, the issuing officer shall send a copy of the employment certificate to the department.  The issuing officer shall keep a record in the issuing officer's office of each employment certificate issued.  The issuing officer shall keep for each student who has been issued more than one (1) employment certificate a record of the maximum number of hours that the student may work each week for all employers.

(c) A student may appeal the denial of an employment certificate under subsection (a) to the principal.

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