Employers increase education benefits

November 1999
Employee Benefit News;Nov99, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p51
Reports on the findings of Hewitt Associates about educational reimbursement programs for employees in the United States. Enhancement of the educational reimbursement programs to attract and retain employees; Median annual dollar limit on reimbursements in 1993 and 1999; Employers' payment for tuition cost and other expenses.


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