employment legalities

As long as we are discussing legalities, can anyone help me out with an
employment-related question? My company is Canadian and I wish to hire
a young American citizen. Our rapid growth has left me holding a
network of five routers, which is a bit rough to manage. I'd like to
employ the brilliant Nick Catalano but am concerned about child labor
laws. Suggestions?

-Dalph

P.S. - What recourse against him would I have if he is unable to work
because he gets grounded from the computer?

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As long as we are discussing legalities, can anyone help me out with an
employment-related question? My company is Canadian and I wish to hire
a young American citizen. Our rapid growth has left me holding a
network of five routers, which is a bit rough to manage. I'd like to
employ the brilliant Nick Catalano but am concerned about child labor
laws. Suggestions?

I wouldn't worry about it really: the "pizazz" of having a 14 year old
running your network will offset any possible losses you might incur
by having to live without his services till he finishes his homework.

-Dalph

HTH -

J.A. Terranson

P.S. - What recourse against him would I have if he is unable to work
because he gets grounded from the computer?

As he is a minor, you probably don't have any recourse against *him*,
but you can always sue his mother!