The Mentors @ Work System - A Walk Through
It is important that you understand what to expect from the
Mentors @ Work system before you decide to purchase. Before you can
implement a successful Mentoring system you must:
- Agree to follow the system
- Understand that building quality employees takes time
- Understand that everyone is involved in the Mentoring process
If you can understand those key points, then the Mentors @ Work system can
work for you.
Follow the System
A system can only work if it is followed properly.
The Mentors @ Work system is set up specifically to meet your industry's needs. It will
help you rapidly implement entry-level employees into your business.
There are three people involved with the Mentors @ Work system: the Program
Coordinator (a person who can manage the Mentoring process in partnership with highly trained Mentors @ Work staff), the Mentor (a person who will teach
the Apprentice/trainee), and the Apprentice/trainee (a person willing to learn).
These three people are intimately involved in the
Mentoring system on a day-to-day basis.
This system walks your company through the steps necessary to recruit, train, and retain
quality employees. NOTE: You are never alone! Mentors @ Work's experts, through the "We'll Manage It!" program, give
you a head start as you start the program and provide ongoing management and support throughout. Mentors @ Work is a powerful human resource tool that
will take you from start to finish, and allow you to
build as many new employees as you choose.
Mentors @ Work provides you with the online tools needed to maintain a Mentoring system,
as well as information on the most common problems
faced in a Mentoring system, so that you can deal with them ahead of time and avoid the pit falls
of a poorly planned program.
The Mentors @ Work tracking system is delivered over the internet, so make sure that you have
the necessary Requirements to use the system.
If you want more information on the Apprenticeship/mentoring system,
take a minute to look through the Frequently Asked Questions
or run through a short module on Using
Click Here to See an Outline of the Training