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42% say mentorship programs don't meet expectations

from HR DIVE

Though employees might generally feel having a mentor is important, Mindshare's study may support the idea that few workers actually have access to one, an observation made in previous research. As employers work to upskill their staff, mentoring relationships can be instrumental in growth and productivity. Women and minorities in particular view the opportunity to work with a mentor as valuable to their career growth. This type of support is important for female leaders, whose career paths are more likely to take non-traditional twists and turns, according to data from Cigna. more


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