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Look at it this way, you're giving him a free education and actual working experience, it's essentially an apprenticeship.Ye, but I would feel bad. The kid has the aptitude and inclination for it and could provide a valuable service for 3 hours a week. I'd like to pay him fairly to keep him interested.
I do some video editing and streaming from home as part of my business. A friend of mine has a 12 year old that has shown a keen interest in what I do. I'd like to train the kid to work an atem mini and do live broadcasts once a week. I'd like to pay him to keep him interested (he would also obviously be providing value by helping with the broadcasts). Is this legal?
I think one issue is whether or not the OP will be profiting off the work done by the child. I don't see any issues with him teaching skills and giving him projects to do. If he is charging clients/customers for the work done though then that is a whole different kettle of fishSo no issues?