5 tips for hiring unpaid interns

08/29/2010 | USA Today

Starting an internship program isn't just about free or cheap labor, writes Steve Strauss, who urges business owners to take note of labor laws and to remember that you get what you pay for. Interns should be given training, supervision and a mentor, advises Strauss, who also suggests business owners avoid an attitude of all work and no play.

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