There are many reasons why the role of HR in a company is important
to its survival and success. If you
have employees, you have to manage Human Resources administrative tasks such
as keeping up-to-date with staffing, technology and training. You also have to stay in compliance with
federal and state employment laws such as FLSA, FMLA, EEOC, I-9 regulations
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U.S. Department of Labor has developed six criteria that an
employer must apply to determine whether an internship legally qualifies to
work without compensation.
If an internship qualifies as a paid position, interns
legally must be paid the federal minimum wage (at the very least) for the
services they provide within the "for-profit" or private sector. They must
also be paid overtime. Both regulations fall under the Fair Labor Standards
additional information, reference "Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act". Click here to view.