October 28th @ 1:00pm ET.
Earlier this summer, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals issued significant pro-employer decisions in regards to the legal ramifications of internships. In the cases brought before the court, the plaintiffs – unpaid interns – alleged that they should have been classified as employees and paid for their time. As a result, they brought claims for, among other things, unpaid wages on a class-wide basis.On appeal in both cases, the Second Circuit adopted a balancing standard called the “primary beneficiary test” and held that district courts should use this test when analyzing whether an individual should have been classified as an intern or an employee. So what does this mean for you, your students and employer partners?
November 17th @ 1:00pm ET.
Is your internship program exceeding expectations of your students and employer partners? If not, the key to building and maintaining a successful program is actively assessing the outcomes you desire.
Internship Legal Update: Working Within The New Guidelines
October 29th @ 1:00pm ET.
In light of recent challenges to internship programs by federal and state departments of labor and the plaintiff’s bar, there is a great deal of confusion regarding the obligations in setting up and managing internship programs. Many employers and institutions of higher learning have begun questioning if internship programs are still feasible in today’s ever-increasingly litigious environment. This presentation will focus on best-practices for both employers and university administrators for facilitating internships and experiential education.
November 18th @ 1:00pm ET.
Is your organizations internship program exceeding expectations? If not, the key to building and maintaining a successful program is actively assessing the outcomes you desire.