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Streamed live on Jan 31, 2018
Do for-profit companies longer have to pay interns, now that the DOL has issued new rules?
The Department of Labor has abandoned its six-part test to determine whether interns are “employees” under the Fair Labor Standards Act. That’s been replaced with a more employer-friendly test. For-profit employers are now allowed to pay their interns less than the prevailing minimum wage, even if that is $0.00. Before you make any sudden movements and celebrate having saved your organization from intern payroll, you need to learn more.
We invite you to a quick and dirty discussion of how this change could affect your decisions regarding your internship program. At College Recruiter we believe that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. So we’re teaming up with a few of our friends to discuss the new internship regulations. Listen to what experts in TA and HR have to say, for a half-hour, live discussion on Wednesday, January 31 from 1:30 – 2:00 Eastern / 10:30 - 11:00 Pacific. Panelists include:
Ben Gotkin, Recruiting Consultant and Trainer at Recruiting Toolbox @bengotkin Dr. Robert Shindell, President and CEO of Intern Bridge @RobertShindell Alexandra Levit, Author, Talent Consultant and workforce expert @alevit Heather Bussing, Owner of Law Offices of Heather Bussing @heatherbussing Steven Rothberg, President and Founder of College Recruiter @StevenRothberg