- Sep 16, 2012
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I'm fine with a setup where a stage rotates through the kitchen and works with all the paid cooks/chefs, but once an intern's labor is replacing a paid worker's, the intern should be paid. IIRC that's the law in the USA.I'd argue peeling carrots at minimum wage is a waste of talent but putting them into real positions for free (not a year, granted!) can build talent and resumes.
Good thing you closed your p o r n hub tab before you screenshotted your Russian medals.These Adveristments
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So it is supposed to show an old veteran being happy with his grandkids right? Sure. No issue. But for some reason, he is wearing a chest full of Soviet WWII medals. It really bugs me for some reason. Like, jesus christ guys, get it right
FWIW, they came back and updated the post and it sounds slightly more legit. They wouldn't be expected to do any actual client facing work, more like fake busy work to see how they mesh with the team.In the US, unpaid internships are a gating mechanism for the upper classes, because who else can survive without an income but the children of the affluent and wealthy?
They're flat out illegal in CA. That one day 'working interview' sounds like it's trying to find a loophole in the law.