Northwestern Mutual Unpaid Interview Lawsuit Investigation
Sources report that Northwestern Mutual allegedly forces applicants for jobs and summer internships to perform work, but then refuses to pay them. In addition, Northwestern Mutual may demand that insurance agent and summer internship candidates turn over detailed contact lists of family members and friends, even if they aren’t hired. Northwestern Mutual may be violating California labor law by refusing to pay for this work.
If you’ve been interviewed by Northwestern Mutual, or if you work for them now, you may have a claim.
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Northwestern Mutual Insurance Interview Unpaid Work
Reports say that when financial services company Northwestern Mutual interviews potential insurance agents and summer interns, candidates are required to come up with lists of family members and friends, and then to practice selling insurance to them. Candidates are then asked to give Northwestern Mutual these contact lists, even if they aren’t hired.
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