Yesterday’s Leadership Daily Advisor reported on the fast-growing trend in corporate benefits of helping employees who are saddled with education-related debt. Today, we outline the main design elements that will structure leadership’s approaches to the perk.
Tag: student debt
Millennials now represent the largest segment of the U.S. labor force, and they have strong feelings about the compensation and other benefits they expect their employers to offer.
Yesterday we looked at the recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling concerning graduate students being entitled to unionize at colleges and universities. Today we’ll see what impact that has on other businesses.
Like countless other “essential employee benefits” you’ve heard of over the years, student loan assistance sounds like a good idea. But you’re probably wondering: Is this one going to last? Based on the results of recent survey, all signs point to yes.
Student loan debt weighs heavily on the collective American mind—with good reason. According to MarketWatch, the total outstanding student loan debt as of January 2016 was $1.2 trillion, exceeded only by mortgage debt. It also reports that about 70% of recipients of bachelor’s degrees graduate with debt.