Mentoring increases productivity

Orientation and mentoring programs help incoming employees adjust to their new workplace quicker, according to researchers at a Canadian university.

If a workplace does not provide induction programs employees will take longer to integrate with their new colleagues.

The use of structured orientation training leads to employees being happier and more confident, which results in the company increasing its productivity and competitiveness.

Read more at University of Guelph

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