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California clarifies standard for unpaid interns

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  • Mike 4 years ago

    This article is clearly slanted toward unpaid internships of at the very least pro labor which is fine but its also poorly constructed to defend its position. It offers examples of how to minimize the risk of the first three federal guidelines and then somehow completely avoids #4 the most definitive one "The company derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the interns"

    Its simple your company cant benefit from the labor of internships. Internships are there for the intern.

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