Archive for April, 2013

Pitfalls of Unpaid Internships: Why Employers Should Pay Interns.

By | April 26th, 2013 | General » Leave a comment

The history of internships began centuries ago when medical students were required to observe doctors at work in order to gain practical knowledge. Over the last few decades, internships have been used in almost all industries. Most often, interns are college students and are hired during the summer months. In the United States, only about […]

Tulsa Company Pays $82,500 to Settle Religious Discrimination Case

By | April 4th, 2013 | General » Leave a comment

A company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will pay $82,500 to settle a claim of religious discrimination. The Lincoln, Nebraska company, Voss Electric Co., had advertised a vacancy for an “operations supervisor” position at its Tulsa location. Edward Wolfe submitted an application for the position and was granted an interview. During the interview, the incumbent supervisor asked […]

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