By Abhijit Bhaduri
“In a free enterprise, the community is not just another stakeholder in business but is in fact the very purpose of its existence.” – Jamsetji Tata
The next time your organization goes to the campus to hire summer interns, how about having a few interns (who the organization pays for) who work for an NGO that the organization supports. Having them leverage their skills in coding or finance or creating a process manual can be a great differentiator for your organization on campus. But why should the organization pay for someone whose work benefits an NGO? And would that option motivate the student?
Abhijit Bhaduri is the Chief Learning Officer of Wipro, author & enthusiastic enough to try anything. Is a prolific writer, speaker and blogger. Has published books like : Don’t Hire The Best & the MBA series. His works can be explored on his site http://www.abhijitbhaduri.com