GUESTS: Gayle Holmes Founder and CEO, MENTTIUM Corporation, Minneapolis, MN Monika Airing Director, Center for Workforce Development at Education Development Center, Newton, MA Formal mentoring programs within the workplace are springing up all over, both in small shops and major corporations. The practice of pairing a green worker with a seasoned guide can offer a powerful path for professional development. The programs are designed to be win-win. Companies gain a well-rounded workforce, and employees gain the necessary skills to move up the ladder. Join Ray Suarez for a look at mentoring in the workplace, and whether it helps employees achieve their career goals.

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