By Maribeth Kuzmeski
Internships and well-run intern programs have proven to be a successful way of hiring. The internship takes away the bias we may have of those who interview well, or have a showy resume. It will actually indicate how someone will perform. You find out what they are willing to do, work ethic, capabilities and moreover – their social intelligence.
At one large financial firm, they found that 33% of their interns transition into fully employed financial advisors.