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Workplace mentorship programs have been proven to be one of the most effective ways to improve both employee retention and performance

Those intending to stay with their organization for more than five years are twice as likely to have a mentor (68 percent) than not (32 percent)

– Deloitte Millennial Survey

Mentoring connections made early on are related to productivity levels five years later

– Google employee study

Mentorship is the most effective diversity initiative and can boost the representation of minority groups at the manager level by 9 to 24%

– Cornell University IRL School research paper

. . . But how are
performing at
leading companies
To find out we interviewed and surveyed employees from 50+ leading North American Companies
Some highlights from our findings


Percent of employees that think mentorship is either important or very important


Percent of companies that have a workplace mentoring program


Percent of HR departments that never followed up after initial mentor-mentee assignment
"My mentor had already left before I joined the company"
"I never reached out to my mentor and he never reached out to me"
"I met my mentor once, but we didn't have a good personal fit"
Employees want consistent mentorship, 49% of respondents said that they would like to have mentorship session at least once per month

To understand the full gap in corporate mentorship programs, download our report

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