A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by Monster.com about the mentoring program we have started at ClearCompany. Interested to learn how you can start a program designed to tackle your company's biggest challenges? See below!
Millennials consistently say they want feedback, so it makes sense that starting a workplace mentoring program can help you attract and retain them.
When Deloitte recently surveyed Millennials, it found the ones that planned to stay with their employer more than five years were twice as likely to have a mentor (68 percent) than not (32 percent).
At small or growing organizations, senior staff benefit too, because mentoring develops coaching and management skills, points out Laura Kukulan Baker, an HR business partner at ClearCompany, who started a successful mentoring program for the Boston-based business transparency software firm.
Ready to start a mentoring program in your workplace? Try these five strategies:
As ClearCompany's HR Business Partner, Laura focuses on all things HR including managing employee benefits, onboarding and engagement initiatives. With a keen focus on best-practices, she serves as a strategic partner to the leadership team by acting as a trusted resource on a wide variety of human resources topics including policy interpretation, creating and recommending enhancements to the HR process, and career development.