Thinking about an employee education assistance program? It’s time to stop thinking just about budget — and to start thinking about strategy.
Rock-bottom unemployment is making training an optimal approach to filling talent gaps. So why aren’t more employers using their tuition assistance strategically?
Roughly 10% of the workforce currently supports a child with special needs. As part of Autism Awareness Month, we’re featuring weekly stories throughout April about what this means for employees and how employers can help. The following comes from Adam R. Goldberg, M.Ed, Founder & CEO of myEdGPS.
In business, if you wait for a challenge to pass versus preparing for it ahead of time, you risk falling so far behind, you might not be able to catch up. These are the top HR challenges and threats employers need to be preparing for right now.
Caring for a child with special needs or exceptional needs is like having another full-time job. For these busy employees and their employers, myEdGPS offers a solution. The following post about myEdGPS, a first-of-its-kind educational navigation platform, comes from Adam R. Goldberg, M.Ed, Founder & CEO of myEdGPS. We recently introduced you to Kevin Walsh, a 6th Grader with Autism whose parents, Joe and Meg, had a clear and pressing need to consume costly services through employer-funded healthcare. Now we show you what’s happening behind the scenes for Joe and Meg that leads to additional hidden costs for Joe’s employer….
As parents, we all want the best for our children. For many of us, this means seeing them get into and attend the best college they can without taking on huge amounts of debt. College graduates earn more than $1 million more than those who do not attain a degree. The stakes are high. Unfortunately, the hurdles are high as well. The college admissions process is a far cry from what it was just a decade ago. College is more difficult to get into and afford than at any time in history. This increased difficulty creates a very emotional time…