Can My Company Offer Unpaid Summer Internships? Yes, But Be Careful You Don't Violate the Wage and Hour Laws.

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High school and college students often are willing to work for little or no pay during the summer months to bolster their resumes. Businesses see this as a good opportunity to get some extra help around the office. However, private sector, "for-profit" employers need to be aware that they are required to pay at least minimum wage and overtime to summer help unless these internships or training programs meet the following criteria...

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