Conde Nast Scraps Intern Program Amid Lawsuit

by Karl Utermohlen | October 23, 2013 12:57 pm

Magazine publisher Conde Nast is getting rid of its internship program after being accused of underpaying and overworking its interns.

Los Angeles Times reports[1] that the publisher is no longer hiring interns after two interns sued the company in June for failing to pay them minimum wage for their summer jobs. Conde Nast — which is responsible for magazines such as the New Yorker and Vogue – said that the program has been cancelled and no other details were offered.

The lawsuit follows a series of recent suits from interns suing media companies for failing to pay them minimum wage as mandated by the law.

  1. Los Angeles Times reports:,0,2118264.story

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