Building Effective Mentorship Programs For Gen-Z Employees

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Springtide Research Institute was recently featured by Forbes. You can see an excerpt of this article in part below, but we encourage you to visit their site to read the piece in its entirety.

Providing social learning opportunities such as mentorship can have a significant impact as Gen-Z integrates into the workforce. In a survey by Springtide Research Institute (via The 74), an impressive “82% young people report it’s important their supervisor helps them set performance goals; and 83% say they want their supervisor to care about their life.” Mentorship can contribute to the professional growth of Gen-Z employees by offering personalized learning, skill-building and exposure to industry-specific knowledge that goes beyond the college classroom.

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