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H&R; Weekly

Topic of the Week

How Interns Are Protected In the Workplace
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Blog of the Week
Why It’s Important To Have an Employee-First Mindset with Business Decisions

Putting employees first in business decision-making is integral to the stability and longevity of a

Thought for the Week
“If the intern performs work that benefits the employer and that would otherwise be performed by a regular employee, it is unlikely to be an internship. Interns are not a way to get free labor.”

–Brandon Ruiz, Attorney

List of the Week
from Workplace Fairness

Did you know that:
1/3 of internships are unpaid
interns cannot legally perform the tasks of employees without compensation

Top Five News Headlines

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NYC Appeals Ruling Over Vaccine Mandate for Police Officers

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