Ruling Should Encourage Companies to Revise Their Unpaid Internship Programs

Companies that hire unpaid interns may want to pay closer attention to how they set up their internship programs. A recent ruling by a New York judge suggests that unpaid interns who don’t receive the guidance and mentorship required by law can sue their employers for wages.

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