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These Companies Run Mentorship Programs That Actually Work

New InHerSight data show that high-quality mentorship programs for female professionals are in high demand and short supply. New InHerSight data show that high-quality mentorship programs for female professionals are in high demand and short supply. Mentorship is widely touted as a means of supporting professional women, but a good mentorship program is hard to come by. Over 90,000 women have contributed to our database here at InHerSight, ranking their employers on 14 fixed metrics like management opportunities, salary satisfaction, and mentorship programs.
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