An intern has completed her summer internship as Brussels and Bradshaw (B & B), an investment bank in Toronto, Ontario. She stands before her final performance review where she said if she was offered full-time employment after graduation. After a busy summer, where they received little training, no formal mentoring and tirelessly worked 100 hours weeks without praise, she was frustrated, hurt and bitter about the experience. Despite the financial and enjoy the action … Read more »

An intern has completed her summer internship as Brussels and Bradshaw (B & B), an investment bank in Toronto, Ontario. She stands before her final performance review where she said if she was offered full-time employment after graduation. After a busy summer, where they received little training, no formal mentoring and tirelessly worked 100 hours weeks without praise, she was frustrated, hurt and bitter about the experience. Despite the financial and enjoy the real work, who are unsure whether internally at the B & B’s offer is a good idea, B & B should extend her the opportunity. Although it is one of the most prestigious banks in the world had seen to it little to no improvement in the abusive actions of their superiors. When she goes to the department manager’s office, they check whether they should be the unresolved issues that transpired during the summer to the mounting frustration of working in teams, and chatter do not respect their work, and finally understand their inability to why they were so bad treated despite their morale. On one side could bring such issues internally and try to explain himself before the business department decides whether or not to extend her the offer. Or they could listen to the review and full responsibility for problems that do not make it, in the hope that it might make them more mature and professional and may help you in obtaining their full-time offer.

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Alison Konrad,
Shannon Thomson
Source: Ivey Publishing
12 pages.
Release Date: 19, May 2009. Prod #: 909C11-PDF-ENG
Brussels and Bradshaw HBR case solution

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