buddy scheme Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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buddy schemenoun [C]

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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 ​returningemployees that they are now being used for ​recruitinggraduates.
(Definition of buddy scheme from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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