The Ministry of Labour is paying more and more attention to the issue of unpaid internships. With this in mind, it becomes increasingly important for employers to understand the laws surrounding unpaid internships, and to know what steps they can take to ensure they remain protected under law. An unpaid intern may seem like a great idea, but there are a couple of key points to keep in mind if your organization is looking to take one on.
As co-founder and managing partner at Rubin Thomlinson LLP, Janice Rubin has been honoured as one of Canada’s Best Lawyers. She is a published author, a public speaker and a professor. Janice is well known for her expert counsel, as well as litigation, on a wide range of employment law and workplace human rights issues.
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