Today I had the pleasure of watching a number of our summer interns deliver presentations on what they'd learned from their time at Kronos. Â When people in organizations (that take internships seriously) think about intern programs, they're thinking about how to make the experience valuable for the interns. Â Can we give them meaty enough projects? Â Can we give them enough management attention to ensure that they're learning something from their time at the company? Â Will they learn enough to make their time at our organization meaningful to them?
Listening to our interns speak this morning during their end-of-program presentations reminded me that those of us who've been working for a while can learn a thing or two from them. Â Here are 3 of the recurring themes I heard this morning that we can all learn from when it comes to bettering our work lives:
We've hired a number of our summer interns in past years, and will be doing so again this year. Â I look forward to benefiting from the fresh outlook and energy they add to our team.
Internships: Insight Into the Future (post by one of our 2013 interns who is now a Kronos employee)
The Kids are AlrightÂ (post from Katie McKenna, pictured above and one of our 2014 interns)
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