Freelancers and Interns are a key part to any organisation. Sometimes they become full-time employees if they are sufficiently motivated. Even if it fails, you still have work experience and an overview of the industry. Even if you didn’t know well at the internship, you again learned the lessons. So how do you keep the freelancers and interns motivated?
Working as an intern at the start of a business is considered to be best learning experiences. It can be gained by someone studying at a university level. However, the certifications awarded to startups are worthwhile if the startup fails.
Also, the incentives provided by startups are meager, and wages are also not level. It is a journey full of mistakes, small wins, and constant adjustments. In this video, Pallav Nadhani is talking about freelancer and intern motivated in startups.
Pallav Nadhani is a very successful entrepreneur. He created fusion charts over the Microsoft excel charts just at the age of 16. From a middle-class family, his company is now working with google, apple, LinkedIn Facebook like giants. He opened his office in 2005. Within two years, he created a team of 20 hardworking employees.
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