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Internship Tips And Privacy News

Monday, June 06, 2011
Posted by Molly Nelson - Summer has reached Washington, and you know that can only mean one thing - interns! The NASE's legislative office is getting ready to welcome our summer interns, as you may be in your business. Small Business Trends has tips on making sure you're making the most of your summer intern(s), while OPEN Forum helps you ensure that your internship program is legal

And, with all the news about hacks and other security breaches in the news of late, take note of these tips to stay safe and guard your privacy online, on Facebook and from your home office

[How to Make the Most of an Intern]
[Is Your Summer Internship Program Legal?]
[7 Cyber Security Basics Every Small Business Needs]
[5 Tips to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook]
[Your Trash Can Be The Perfect Place For A Thief]


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