YOUTH WORK PERMIT; MODIFY                                                                      S.B. 910:

                                                                                 SUMMARY OF DISCHARGED BILL










Senate Bill 910 (as discharged)

Sponsor:  Senator Roger Victory

Committee:  Economic and Small Business Development (discharged)




The bill would amend the Youth Employment Standards Act to do the following:


 --    During a state of disaster or a state of emergency issued by the Governor under the Emergency Manager Act (EMA), suspend the requirement that a youth work permit application be made only by an in-person application by the minor desiring employment.

 --    During a state of disaster or emergency, specify that an issuing officer could allow a minor desiring employment to submit application materials electronically by e-mail or facsimile or by mail.

 --    During a state of disaster or emergency, suspend the requirement that a work permit be in a particular color depending on the age of the minor desiring employment.

 --    Require a work permit issued during a state of disaster or emergency to be valid for 90 days after the termination of the state of disaster or state of emergency.


MCL 409.105 & 409.106                                            Legislative Analyst:  Tyler VanHuyse




The bill would have no fiscal impact on State or local government.


Date Completed:  11-5-20                                                     Fiscal Analyst: Cory Savino 




This analysis was prepared by nonpartisan Senate staff for use by the Senate in its deliberations and does not constitute an official statement of legislative intent.