Lots of experiences, exemplified by a food delivery motorbiker in Korea - Erik Winther 2012
Being a trainee in Sweden (not directly translatable to English) means that the company have accepted that one is nothing but an expense for the firm. At least for the first period (in my case 14 months) when one gets to inspect the company inside and out, create an extensive network of contacts while meet lots of people from all around the organization (including top management), and bond with the other trainees during factory visits and leadership training sessions. The last months of my trainee program will be conducted abroad, at some of the many foreign offices.

I frequently get back to one question; should I really get paid for having this much excitement and fun throughout the weekdays? Well so it seems, thus: I’m really grateful!

Should I really get paid for doing this?

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