Senior staff give more constructive feedback when they think they’ll work with you again, study finds

A new study finds that senior auditors are more likely to provide constructive feedback and coaching to junior staff when the staff are in the same office and/or when the senior auditors know the staff will be working with them again in the future. The findings highlight ways to encourage more substantive on-the-job training for early career staff. The paper, “Coaching Today’s Auditors: What Causes Reviewers to Adopt a More Developmental Approach?,” is published in the journal Accounting, Organizations and Society.

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