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English definition of “buddy scheme”

buddy scheme

noun [C]
 
 
UK WORKPLACE
a system in which a new employee has a particular employee with more experience that they can go to for help, advice, or training: Buddy schemes proved so effective with new and returning employees that they are now being used for recruiting graduates.
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