Category Archives: Interns

Subscribe to Interns RSS Feed

DOL Wage and Hour Division Announces Fiscal Year 2014 Recovery of $240 Million From Employers

Last week, Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division (WHD) Administrator Dr. David Weil, who we have profiled in the past, announced on the DOL’s blog that WHD recovered more than $240 million dollars from employers on behalf of workers during fiscal year 2014, which ended last September. This total was down about 4% from … Continue Reading

Yes, Employers Can Still Have Unpaid Interns (Under the Right Circumstances)

In the past, we’ve explained the DOL’s test for whether employers must pay their interns. Put simply, public employers and qualifying not-for-profit entities do not have to pay their interns. I hope that our more recent discussions of lawsuits that demonstrate the ever-narrowing segment of lawful unpaid internships have spurred some discussions and re-examination among … Continue Reading

Webinar: What Do Universities and Colleges Need to Know About Wage & Hour Law?

I’m pleased to announce that on September 28, I will be conducting a webinar with my partner Ed Druck covering some common wage and hour issues encountered in the college and university setting and best practices for complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. Our program will focus on problems … Continue Reading
LexBlog