You could use some extra help to build your business. So consider how to make internships work best for your company—and for your interns, too
GET YOUR OWN DAMN COFFEE The gofer intern is a thing of the past, especially if you want top talent.

LAST SUMMER, a few months after launching HireTeamMate, in San Jose, California, CMO Ninh Tran and his three co-founders took on five interns, paying them a near-market rate for entry-level software engineers. Many companies eager to add full-time staff see the employer-intern experience as an extended interview with valuable takeaways for both

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