Opinion | Remote Work Is Failing Young Employees

Unless carefully designed, pandemic office culture risks hurting the least experienced workers in our organizations.

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Hasnain says:

I know this is the reality at a lot of places but it’s sad that this is the case.

“We asked early career workers what resources they wished they could have had during those early pandemic months, and the responses were full of helpful ideas for any company. Most important, they wanted a clearly delineated mentor who — crucially — was not also their supervisor or in charge of evaluating their performance. One person suggested a dual mentor program that paired new employees with a co-worker in a similar position in the company who could offer advice on more quotidian concerns, as well as a more senior employee who could provide longer-term career advice.”

Posted on 2021-11-22T20:48:27+0000