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An organization to which people donate holiday services should consider the possibility that these individuals might be FLSA "employees".

Employers should be sure to consider ALL of the relevant directives and prohibitions as they decide how to proceed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Recurring wage-hour issues tend to arise during the recovery from a natural disaster.

A few readers were surprised that, in some scenarios, a volunteer performing work for a federal Fair Labor Standards Act-covered non-profit organization might be an "employee" subject to that law's compensation requirements.

A reader of our March 14 post relating to unpaid internships at non-profit organizations asks whether non-profits can avoid the intern debate by offering "volunteer" opportunities to engage in charitable or public-service activities.

An organization to which people donate holiday services should consider the possibility that these individuals might be FLSA "employees".

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