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In my experience, almost all employees want to do well at whatever task they were hired to do. Nobody wakes up and says, “Today, I will fail.” Or, “Today, I will strive for mediocrity!!” The reality is that if your employees aren’t doing exactly what you want, the most likely problem is they just aren’t aware of … what you actually want.
Interns: they’re cheap, the good ones bring positive energy to their work and to your company culture, and most of us in the creative industry love sharing our knowledge with the next generation. It’s a win on a lot of levels. But mismanage them, and they’re going to cost you more than they’re worth—even if they’re unpaid.