The employer must also post that list in a conspicuous place, in an area frequented by the largest number of minor employees, and where all minor employees can see it.
Adopting a child is a rewarding but often time-consuming process.
Under Ohio law, every minor 14 through 17 years of age must have a working permit unless otherwise exempted, 16 and 17 year olds who only work during the summer in nonagricultural and nonhazardous employment. In Ohio, no employer may employ any minor under age 16 in any door-to-door sales activity unless the employer applies to and is registered with the director of commerce. It is illegal to hire only employees under age 20 at the youth wage and employ them only for 90 days each.
If your state, like Ohio, has a higher minimum wage, the employee will likely have to be paid at the higher rate.
These adoptions may be facilitated either by a public children's services agency run by the county or a private agency that specializes in placing foster children.