Trainee’s diary

Apr 30, 2020 | News

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The Benelux Institute’s trainees Emil Kusnetsoff and Sara Martinsen are talking about work and life balance during the current global situation.

”Since we are not able to meet in person, our communication mainly goes through WhatsApp, so we thought that it would be a fun idea to make the intern’s blog post via WhatsApp as well. It also reflects on the possibility of staying connected in modern times.”

Read Emil and Sara’s WhatsApp conversation below in Finnish:

 

Whatsapp conversation between our trainees

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