How to Set the Strategy for Mentoring in the Workplace

January 11, 2019

Via: Spark

Mentoring in the workplace has proven to be a useful tool to help improve the overall employee onboarding experience. With this benefit in mind, mentoring programs are often implemented to welcome new hires and help them assimilate to business culture.

“People are leaving early on, and organizations need to provide ways for them to engage sooner rather than later,” says Susan Hanold, Vice President, HCM Strategic Advisory Services for ADP. “Mentoring is a low-cost option. It’s a way for mentees to interact and get involved with the organization in new ways.”

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