Unpaid “Internships” Might Be Illegal

Unpaid “Internships” Might be Illegal A common labor law violation is the use of unpaid “interns”. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) states very clearly that that employers cannot pay an employee below minimum wage NOR can employees “waive” their rights under the FLSA. Employers cannot get around this by calling the work “volunteer” work
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Alternative Work Schedules

Alternative Work Schedules (AWS) have been around for some time and are often used to assist managers and supervisors with meeting their goals. They can also be effective recruitment and retention tools. Additionally, they allow employees more flexibility in planning their work and, in some instances, greater work/life balance. For example, employees with greater control