If you are under the age of 14, you cannot work at all, except for such kinds of work: participation in sports competitions, advertising, modeling business, performances, films, shows on television, etc. The employer must obtain permission from the local authorities; simple work for a neighbor, parent or relative; sitting with the child. However, according to the internal laws of local authorities, children of 13 years of age and older can perform other types of work. For example, you may be allowed to deliver newspapers.
Working hours and breaks at 16-18 years.
If you have reached the minimum age of a high school graduate, but under the age of 18, by law you should not work more than 8 hours a day, or more than 40 hours a week. You must have 12 hours of rest between working days and 48 hours of rest per working week. Also, if you work longer than 4.5 hours in a row, you can count on a 30-minute break. But there are some exceptions to this rule (they are listed below). There are restrictions on the number of hours that you can work at night. As a rule, you cannot work between 22:00 and 6:00.
Exceptions are: hospitals, agriculture, retail, hotel business, food delivery, bakeries, mail, newspaper delivery or activities related to advertising, sports, art. As a rule, you cannot work from midnight to 4:00, except for rare exceptions. The rules of the night hours of work are not applied if: your employer needs you, so that the work process does not stop, or in case of emergency; the work will not affect your study; no one from adults can perform this work at the moment; you are under the supervision of an adult (if this is important for your safety) and you are guaranteed a rest period for recovery. If you are allowed to work at night, your employer must assess the possible risks to your health. The employer must conduct such assessments on a regular basis, confirming that you are able to perform the duties assigned to you. You do not have to work more than 8 hours a day.