Late last year, Forbes called student loan repayment the “The Hottest Employee Benefit Of 2017.” It’s about to get even hotter. Here’s why.
Did you know that May 29th is 529 College Savings Day? Support working parents and help your employees find the right college savings strategy.
Hospitals looking to achieve magnet status need to guide employees through BSN degree programs. But succeeding will take more than educational assistance; it will take a carefully designed strategy that assists with both the financial and physical obstacles of learning and earning.
You may think financial stability is just a personal problem, but it isn’t. Stress has a domino effect… and there are few stresses bigger than worrying about money. Counseling a family about college finance before they sign on the dotted line does everybody good.
If you or your employees have high school seniors at home, the December 25 shopping deadline is nothing next to the day that’s really a distraction: January 1, the date by which many schools close their college applications for the fall 2016 semester.
There’s a lot of enthusiasm for employee loan repayment programs. But It’s not just a matter of providing the money; you have to do it so that it’s efficient. Here’s how.
To avoid skills gaps, what employers need are people who continually challenge themselves to stay up to date and grow to the next challenge. And it’s up to employers to ensure both that they want to – and that they can.
Employers looking to maximize tuition investments would do well to consider non-degree programs. Already embraced within the high-tech community, these non-traditional programs offer many industries a quick, less-expensive way to maintain critical skills.
Today’s employers are going to have to fight for great hires, hire for potential, develop existing talent, and invest in their employees in a way that makes them want to stay with the organization over the long-term. Three experts tell you how to use a culture of learning to achieve those goals.
In 2013, EdAssist Vice President and General Manager Mark Ward called the state of educational debt in this country a “scary prospect.” This was based on the fact that Americans were then reported to carry a collective $870 billion in student loans. Two years later, educational debt and the associated challenges have grown into an even bigger story.