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AUTHOR: Charlotte Wolff
Four employers in 10 offering work experience for students
and graduates do not normally pay them a wage, according to XpertHR's
On this page:To pay or not to
pay?Impact of tribunal rulingsGroups
offered work experienceNumber of those undertaking work
experienceBox 1: Events organiser benefits from salaried
internshipsDuration of schemesWages
for work experiencePayment for students and
graduatesBox 2: Facilities manager reaches out to people
in needCriteria for paying a wageExpenses for students and graduatesHourly rates
for students and graduatesSchool pupils and non-student
placementsCovering educational feesOur researchBox 3: Paying interns - the
debateTable 1: Student/graduate work experience -
duration and payTable 2: Does your organisation pay
work experience students a wage?Additional resources on
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