Free food, nap rooms, on-site gyms… these are just a few of the benefits offered to recruit Millennials. But what if these perks don’t fit your benefits strategy? Luckily, other criteria are just as important to Gen Y workers — but are often overlooked as recruitment tools.
In order to help ease the strain upon these parents of high school seniors, I recently blogged about 5 Ways to Find Money for College After Submitting the FAFSA. This piece provides parents with 5 tangible and easy-to-implement strategies to take control of the college financing process.
PepsiCo wanted their tuition reimbursement program to be more strategic. What did they do? They visualized the possibilities and transformed the initiative into a tuition program strategy that worked for the whole company.
It’s easy to think of benefits as just an expected part of doing business, with benefits vendors merely providing the services employees expect to see. But those of us who work in the field know it as a bona fide HR strategy.
Financial well-being is a significant drag on employee productivity – nothing affects concentration more than financial worries. But it’s more than salaries and investments. Confidence that your children understand financial basics is its own brand of relief.
With all the recent snow storms it may be hard to believe, but this is the time of year employees start thinking about Summer Camp! We know that when employees feel they have their family life in order, they’re more productive at work. So, here are some summer camp resources and Bright Horizons programs to help them get started.
We recently hosted a webinar titled “Your Workforce: What They Need, Why It Matters.” While listening, I realized that some HR professionals are probably wondering where to start. How can you learn about and start understanding your workforce, and what does that process look like?
Diversity and Inclusion… both important topics that seem to get increased attention in January and February. I’m proud to say we take these observations seriously. One of the ways we do this is by infusing inclusion efforts into our annual January conference for child care center managers.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about recent news regarding adult education, workforce development, and college funding.It’s important to identify the major upcoming trends that impact our tuition assistance clients. Here are three major trends that are making headlines.
I’m a Millennial with a Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology. It can be difficult to know how to handle our presence in the workplace; our reputation precedes us. But when given high expectations and opportunities, I believe Millennials will contribute greatly to an organization.