Discussion in 'Professional Trading' started by ASusilovic, May 26, 2009.
Of course, it is against the law for people to work for free.......don't really know why as long as it is voluntary? Maybe it has to do with taxes or votes. Stosh
nothing new here.
good old 'supply and demand'
And in what country would that be the case?
I suppose you've never heard of the term "pro bono".
I suppose you have never heard of minimum wage laws.
I suppose you have never heard of volunteerism.
Even "free" you are overpriced
There's no FREE lunch.
If necessary we will fight to lose our freedom
Frankly, I wish some attorney who is familiar with labor law would give us a definitive answer on this. I owned my own business for 30 years and I would have been afraid to let someone work for free....for fear that they might get mad about something or get hurt, then report you later or file suit for non-payment. Of course, you can volunteer for club, charity, civic work but I doubt you can legally do so for a private business unless possibly with a lot of red tape, legal disclaimers, insurance, etc. What about such things as social security, work comp., unemployment ins., and other pesky details? Stosh
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