Sapa Investment Group
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Business Strategy Intern in Salt Lake City, UT
on February 21, 2022
Since I was a college student, I was looking more for experience rather than pay. This position was a summer internship with the potential to continue working after it ended. The pay they offered was the federal minimum wage. I would say that the compensation for the position and tasks performed was very low. I got along very well with my co-interns that started with me and my direct supervisor. However, with upper management, I felt it was different. I felt very distant from them and that they didn’t care much about what I did for the company. During my internship, I performed tasks such as helping implement business strategies and streamline processes within the company to make it more efficient. At times, however, there was not much to work on and I felt like I was just sitting there twiddling my thumbs as I wasn’t assigned much. I performed every task at my highest ability. After my internship, I was promoted to a financial position with a pay increase and had a better compensation rate. I started working under another supervisor as well. I didn't feel well-connected to this supervisor during my time working there. I felt that they didn't have much for me to do and weren't very communicative with me. I continued to work when the next school semester started as a part-time employee. I was permitted to work remotely at this point as it was written in my job contract. At first, I felt like I had a good amount of work given to me to do. As my school semester went on, I was given less and less to do. I started to feel disconnected from the company as I didn’t have much to work on and was remote. It got worse when my original supervisor with whom I was close was suddenly let go. At that point, I made up my mind that I was going to leave. Upper management met with me soon after and told me that I would have come into the office more than half the time or else I would be let go. With my school schedule, I knew that wasn’t possible, so I basically had to resign myself. Overall, there are some good people who work here. But, I feel like upper management plays favorites.

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