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Too Pay or Not to Pay: Interns and Volunteers

Weed, Work, & Wages Webinar Series

2018

With summer quickly approaching, now is the time to review the policies and practices that affect your internship and volunteer programs. Recent guidance from the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division substantially changed the test for determining whether a person can be properly classified as an unpaid intern. In addition to federal requirements, state and local jurisdictions continue to enact provisions affecting internships—and failure to comply can be costly.

Presented by: James M. Paul, Esq. & Leslie E. Wallis, Esq., Ogletree Deakins
Presented on: April 25, 2018

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