The case for and against: should we get rid of unpaid internships?

In our article published this week on HRZone, we consider whether or not the UK should ban unpaid internships. This article looks at the applicability of minimum wage rates to interns and the existing protections that they have in respect of employment law. It also considers what more could be done to safeguard the legal rights of interns and offer equality of opportunity.
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Helena Rozman

About Helena Rozman

Helena has experience in acting for both employees and employers covering both contentious and non-contentious work. Helena's experience includes defending Employment Tribunal claims and engaging in settlement negotiations; advising clients on complex disciplinary matters, exit strategies and large restructuring exercises, including TUPE and redundancy; co-ordinating and responding to data subject access requests; advising on the employment implications on business and asset purchases and outsourcing arrangements; project managing and advising clients on multi-jurisdictional projects with our international offices; drafting settlement agreements for exiting employees; advising on the employment aspects of corporate transactions and undertaking due diligence; and reviewing contracts, company handbooks and policies.

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