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Our company is small, less than 10 people. All hiring decisions are made by our CEO, with little to no input from our CTO.
We have had an intern developer for a few months. Our CEO seems to think that this intern is amazingly talented and produces quality work, but the intern's work usually has to be cleaned up quite a bit by us regular developers. In my opinion, this is normal and should be expected.
EDIT: To clarify, the intern is producing work that is of an acceptable quality for an intern. This question is about managing a CEO's over-estimation of an intern.
My concern is that our CEO will continue to hire interns and expect their output to be the same quality as a developer. Should I say anything, and if so what should I say?