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Old 11th August 2016, 05:57 PM   #1
AngelBiz
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Default Why Your Business Should Provide Tuition Reimbursement Benefits To Employees

Employee benefits can be double edged sword. On one hand, it costs businesses lot of money, but on the other hand they can generate loyalty and improve employee performance. The key to succeeding at this is making sure you implement properly and generate good return on investment. Tuition reimbursement is one such benefit that can help businesses of all types attract good employees and retain them eventually helping businesses grow. Granted, it costs significant money to implement tuition reimbursement program with the rising cost of college in the U.S., but if you manage it properly you can get significant tangible and intangible benefits from it.

That is why many large corporations have recently rolled out tuition reimbursement benefits. For example, Starbucks recently launched College Achievement Plan for eligible employees. It is designed for employees who are in their junior and senior year of college, supporting them in finishing their degrees. Employees must be based in the United States and work an average of 20 hours per week or more. Other companies, including Deloitte, UPS and Home Depot have similar programs.

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