If Your Unpaid Interns Are Productive and Valuable, You Could Be in Trouble

2013年06月20日 62025次浏览
Unpaid internships have been a dicey proposition for employers for almost as long as the Fair Labor Standards Act has been on the books.
For the first several decades since Congress adopted the law in 1938, the disputes were largely about employer training and apprenticeship programs and whether those trainees who weren’t paid were employees. If they were, they had to be paid and they were
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