Tag: intern

Are Employers Required to Pay Interns?

Spring is in the air and summer is around the corner. You can see the signs everywhere. Flowers. Chirping birds. Increasing temperatures. And summer intern resumes. Experienced HR professionals know they will soon receive many resumes from eager students or recent graduates hoping to work as interns in order to gain valuable experience and networking … Continue Reading

It’s a Trap!  Students Receiving Credit Need Not Be Paid? 

As colleges and universities begin new terms, not all students are returning to the classroom.  Some students are headed into the “real world,” to work alongside corporate titans, small-business owners, or moms and pops in their shops, while receiving academic credit—and not wages—for their efforts.  These students are applying the lessons learned in their prior … Continue Reading

When to Pay Summer Interns: FLSA Guidance You Need to Know

It’s that time of year again, here’s our post from last year from Matt Durham on this perennial summer concern for employers . . . Certain things have become the recognizable signs of spring. Budding leaves. Flowers. Chirping birds. And summer intern resumes. Especially during a slow or recovering economy, HR professionals are likely to … Continue Reading
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