Interest in one-on-one mentorships and networking is a surprising positive to come out of the coronavirus lockdown, according to David Griner. Workers are using their newfound free time to connect via video chat to feel professionally productive, break up their isolation and explore new job opportunities.
Networking and mentorships on the rise during quarantine
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