business of Medicine
Management Liability Toolkit
Interns and volunteers
Often, either inadvertently or by design, employers do not treat interns as employees. Instead, interns are frequently labeled trainees, assistants, or learners and receive little or no pay for the work they perform. There are circumstances under which individuals who participate in “for-profit” private sector internships or training programs may do so without compensation. …
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