Resignations down, earnings up: The power of mentoring

How female role models in the office make a huge difference

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Staff retention was found to increase by 38% when mentoring programmes were put in place, according to research
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Staff retention was found to increase by 38% when mentoring programmes were put in place, according to research

In the run-up to Incisive Media's Women in Investment Festival on 3 March and its Mentoring Academy session – which will address what people should look for in a mentor and how to become a mentor or mentee – Laura Miller shines the spotlight on the need for role models within financial services.

Employees who have a work mentor earn more, are more committed to their career, and will stay longer at their company - and women in investment want them in the workplace. Some 30 years of research...

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