Intern to Employee: The Right Move Post COVID-19 Hiring

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The Universal pandemic has created unprecedented circumstances for organizations around the world. With the rising uncertainties, hiring the best employee is becoming a challenge for organizations. Edu Brain Overseas

Hiring an intern in a company is not new for the industry, most big organizations earning huge rewards from their interns and internship programs in all the departments, most of HR, administration, Sales & Marketing, Hospitality, etc. 

The internship is one of the best platforms for a student and companies. Where the intern and company make suitable work environment with the best understanding to create future employee. Both can be paid and unpaid both are valuable even unpaid internships offer more job training experience that students did not get from academic or college. The percentage of students offered jobs by employers is much higher than before.

The idea of creating an internship program in your organization is both a hand deal where most employers are counting a loss in their accounts due to pandemics and losing their past performer due to unpredictable situations in working culture.

This article will help you to take the next steps to be convinced to promote your internship program and will guide you to convert your intern to employee. 

Real effort:

An intern is always willing to invest his/her real effort to fit in their current role and responsibility for their long-term commitment and shows everyone that they have what it takes to succeed. Their efforts pay off in higher engagement levels, and eventually, opportunities for advancement within the company.

Future employees:

An internship program is 365 days recruiting program. With summer internships, Winter Internships, semester internships, and quarterly internships, full-year on-the-job training. Hiring an intern creates an ongoing pipeline of future full-time employees.

And here’s a little extra incentive for companies where they can hire one year full-time interns who work as full-time employees at low cost and drain on company resources from the recruiting and hiring process. Where the ratio of full-time employees who switch their job within a year or later makes cost. 

Be Popular in Youth:

Become Popular in College Campuses to hire interns in your company and make your presence and hire the best performers before campus recruitments.

Skill Gap:

Close the skills gap between past and future employees to give them a real-time work environment with your senior employees. 

Low-Cost Labor:

Take advantage of low-cost labor to hire paid and unpaid interns where the companies no need to pay for their recruitment and huge salaries.  

So the Bottom line of hiring of an intern can be a road map to hire trained employee according to your future business where many companies helping the employer to source best 

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