Last time I talked about outsourcing some of your daily job functions to companies that specialize in that particular area. Now I’d like to discuss the idea bringing on a college intern to help with some of these duties especially for your marketing.
Many colleges require that graduates spend at least one semester working for a company as an intern. While I agree with that as it is a valuable experience for the student, I find many times the intern site doesn’t know what is expected of them. The rest of the time they look at the intern as a free source of labor where the intern doesn’t learn anything. Pretty sad seeing that the intern probably just paid for a 3 or 4 credit class for that internship (they have to pay their school so they can work for free...seriously?).
What should you do with your intern?
If you’re not sure about compliance with the government the Department of Labor has specific rules regarding internships. By following these guidelines the internship program can be a win-win for your business and the intern you brought into your business.
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