Why are internships for web design allowed for companies that don’t design websites?
By this logic companies could offer an internship in Interior Design if they fancied their office painted.
Where is the mentorship? Where is the opportunity to work with designers, developers, content writers, project managers and clients on a variety of projects?
How is this not job displacement? Some designer or agency is missing out on this work, and subsidizing it to boot.
JobBridge has failed.
Company: The Airtight Shop (I am assuming from the name and seeing as they don’t have a website that they don’t make websites)
Anyone out there taking a
#jobbridgeinternship? You don’t get paid until 2 weeks after you start your internship “as per guidelines”. #fact
JobBridge: a scheme with a job to do
JobBridge – Unscrupulous ‘employers’ and management of scheme criticised – TD
Tesco stands behind JobBridge advert
#jobbridge latest: Tesco looking for 145 “interns” across 17 stores, for shelf-stacking over the Christmas period (6 months) What a scandal!
12 (twelve) shelf-stacking positions now available in Tesco.
Every little helps I suppose.
Shop assistant in a Super Valu.
“Informal training will be given” … not such super value.
JobBridge on Facebook -
They are very heavy handed with the moderation, and delete negative comments.
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