Businesses and corporations, no matter the size, are an essential part of our social fabric. They are not just places where individuals earn paychecks, they are environments where people realize their full potential. Loving one’s job and doing it well is one of the most important factors in achieving happiness.
Business mentoring improves productivity, performance, job satisfaction, retention rates and transitions for new employees.
And yet, the rates of job dissatisfaction in America are staggering. Among successful employees, there is a lack of loyalty to their companies, and there is no shortage of employees who fail to reach their potential. That’s where business mentoring comes in. The studies show that this intervention improves productivity, performance, job satisfaction, retention rates and transitions for new employees.