Hiring an intern can seem tricky. On one hand, it’s an opportunity for you to thoroughly get to know, test and mould a potential future employee at little (or no) cost to your startup. On the other hand, interns typically don’t have extensive work experience, which makes many startup entrepreneurs wonder whether the intern will require large amounts of supervision and training. How do you go about selecting the right person for you and your company? Continue reading How To Hire An Intern: 5 Interview Questions You Must Ask
In our Unrecruitment mission statement, we said that we wanted to give power back to those applying for jobs, providing training and insight for everyone that took the time to apply for a role. Only fair, right? Teaming up with Havas and The Spring Project, we wanted to create a new system of employment in the hiring of 13 talented young digital interns. How did it go? Read on… Continue reading How To Hire An Intern: Unrecruitment Offers A New Alternative…
Judging by the current weather, it would be easy to assume that an encroaching summer is a myth rather than a certainty. However, rain-misted or not, August is most definitely on the way. For many companies, summer internships are the perfect way to recruit great new talent – the pool of graduates and students on holiday is never bigger, and with a few months to spare (and far too many parties to avoid), the more entrepreneurially minded among them are ready and willing to throw themselves into the world of work. Continue reading Summer Internships: A Crash Course for companies
There’s a lot of noise around paid vs unpaid internships at the moment. With no-one quite sure of the legal stance, it can be difficult to know whether the role you’re offering (or applying for) should be paid or not. Over at Enternships, we see a lot of internships being advertised, and we’re happy to offer you a free guide to figuring out where you stand. With our tried and tested questionnaire, there’s no reason you shouldn’t know exactly how your internship should work – from both an employer and employee point of view.