NOTICE: All applicants for temporary employment by the MBA for the 2019 Parade of Homes must be 14 or older at the time of Parade of Homes starting (August 5, 2019) in order to be eligible for the positions included on this application.
Important Notes: 1) If you are applying for a site manager or co-manager position, you must e-mail a copy of your resume to email@example.com before the MBA will consider your application. 2) Managers and lead parking attendants must be available the majority of dates/shifts of Parade of Homes in order to be considered for the position. 3) Temporary employment applicants who have worked Parade of Homes previously will not be required to attend an in-person interview at the MBA office. First-time applicants will be asked to attend an in-person interview. 4) Please indicate all subdivisions that you'd be willing to work at.
Wisconsin Work Laws:Hours and Times of Day Minors May Work in WisconsinState and federal laws do not limit the hours that minors 16 years of age or over may work, except that they may not be employed or permitted to work during hours of required school attendance under Wis. Stat. § 118.15.
State and federal laws also permit minors under 16 to work up to seven days per week in the delivery of newspapers and agriculture. In most other types of labor, minors under 16 may only work six days a week.
Most employers must obtain work permits for minors before permitting them to work.
Maximum Hours of Work for 14 & 15 year-old minors DAILY HOURSAfter Labor Day through May 31Non School Days - 8 hoursSchool Days - 3 hoursJune 1 through Labor Day Non School Days - 8 hoursSchool Days - 3 hoursWEEKLY HOURSAfter Labor Day through May 31Permitted time of day: 7am to 7pmNon School Weeks - 40 hoursSchool Weeks - 18 hoursJune 1 through Labor Day Permitted time of day: 7am to 9pmNon School Weeks - 40 hoursSchool Weeks - 18 hours
Employers subject to both federal and state laws must comply with the more stringent section of the two laws.
State employment of minors laws prohibit work during times that minors are required to be in school, except for students participating in work experience and career exploration programs operated by the school.
Minors under 16 years of age are limited to the maximum hours and time of day restrictions even though they may work for more than one employer during the same day or week
Minors under 18 years of age may not work more than 6 consecutive hours without having a 30-minute, duty free meal period.
Minors 16 and 17 years of age who are employed after 11:00 pm must have 8 hours of rest between the end of one shift and the start of the next shift.
Minimum Wage for minors is $7.25 per hour. Employers may pay an “Opportunity Wage” of $5.90 per hour for the first 90 days of employment. On the 91st day, the wage must increase to $7.25 per hour
For further information about the federal employment of minors laws call (608) 441-5221, or write to U.S. Department of Labor, Wage & Hour Division.
For further information about the state employment of minors laws, call the Equal Rights Division in Madison (608) 266-6860 or Milwaukee (414) 227-4384.
Questions about labor standards should be directed to the Department of Workforce Development Equal Rights Division.