Here are the key terms of a remote internship contract for a Social media intern, when and how to create one and additional tips from Legislate.
A Social media intern is someone who will monitor and contribute to the social media channels of a business. This can involve planning posts and designing templates which can be used to share similar types of information on social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
An internship agreement allows an internship provider to hire an intern for paid services or unpaid work experience.
A remote intern will work from home as opposed to in the office of the internship provider. An intern working remotely may be required to visit the office from time to time.
Internship agreements will detail if the intern is paid or not and whether they should be classed as a worker or a volunteer. A volunteer is not paid whereas a worker is paid and may be eligible for a pension.
A remote internship agreement should have special provisions around data protection and security as well as for intellectual property rights.
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