Your Internship Program May Be In Violation

Law360, New York (July 2, 2013, 5:26 PM EDT) -- Unpaid internships programs have been used in many different industries to provide practical training for students.  They are also a widely used as a way for a student to get a foot in the door to potentially land a job after graduation.  During the internship, many managers may think that shifting more substantive work to an unpaid intern will help complete a project under budget and generate more profits. 

However appealing this idea may seem, if a company puts an intern to work in a manner...
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