Discussion in 'JOBS Board' started by sunny lux, Jan 7, 2019.
watch out. its now illigal in California to not offer to pay interns (unless they fall in one of the categories listed in the law)
"If you think that your employer is violating your rights by not paying you for a so-called "internship," you may have legal grounds to sue"
Are we talking "A-List" "B-List" or "other" composer here. I just want to know what I'd be getting in for. Lotta people calling themselves "film composer" out there. Also if lunch is Panera can I get the "pick-two" combo or no.
Thanks. I didn't know!
Dangit @gsilbers look what you did.
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