Having a trusted mentor can make the world of difference to a new employee – but mentorship can bring plenty of benefits to a business as well.

No matter the size of your organisation, here’s what to look out for when identifying potential mentors and developing a mentoring program.

Guidance from a senior member of staff can be invaluable when a young employee enters the workforce, says Kimberley Dawe, KPMG’s Senior Manager, Learning, People Performance & Culture.

For graduates coming in to their first job, an internal mentor will help them figure out the dynamics and structure of the workplace, how to bring their ideas to life, and how to influence others.

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