Retaining Diversity through Mentoring

“It is generally accepted that mentoring is important to the retention and professional development of attorneys – particularly minority attorneys. However, despite touting their mentoring programs, it appears that few, if any, law firms and corporations ‘get it right.’ Assigning a mentor often results in a few lunches between two people who may or may not have anything in common. In order to be successful, a mentoring culture must be established that will be rewarding for attorneys in the workplace.” (Click here to read on)

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