Employer’s Nightmare. A true story about the real dangers of summer internship programs–the social events. First featured first by Jeremy Hodges at Law.com.
Act I: The Woes of Employer
Employer hires summer interns.
Employer pays summer interns a lot of money.
Employer requires very little work from summer interns.
Employer ensures summer interns are wined and dined.
Employer hopes summer interns will return for full-time work.
Act II: A Night On the Town
Employees organize a Friday-night gathering. Employer may or may not have sponsored said gathering. Gathering ends up in a strip club. In strip club, one male employee gets too close to summer intern. Summer intern, disgusted, rebukes employee’s advance.
Act III: Back at the Office
Intern reports employee’s conduct. Employee’s conduct is investigated by Employer. Employee leaves Employer. Intern accepts position with different Employer.
Employer is faced with lose-lose scenario.
Moral of the Story
Don’t let the kids out without a chaperone and make sure you know which employees are still kids.