Today’s employers say Millennials aren’t ready for the job. New graduates say they’re expectations aren’t being met in the workplace. Taking a few important steps helps employers and millennials bridge the gap and ensure everybody gets what they’re looking for.
Money alone is not enough to maximize a tuition assistance investment. To get the most from your strategy requires educational advisers who can point employees to the most practical, expedient, and economical ways to pursue their degrees.
Forward-thinking employers are putting skill-development plans in motion — and employees who are willing to learn is a key component. But many working adults are concerned about the cost of returning to school. Here are three college funding options to share with your employees.
Some of your employees have likely made New Year’s resolutions to get back into the classroom and learn new skills. Many people put off a degree because they feel they can’t juggle another responsibility. That’s why it’s imperative to have a strategy that helps employees balance work, school, and family.
It can be intimidating to become adult learner. Adult learners bring a wide variety of life experiences — and a unique dynamic — to the classroom.
It’s a time-consuming, enlightening, and sometimes costly venture to pursue an advanced degree. It should be ’ it’s one of the bigger career development decisions an employee?will make.