HOW DOES INVESTMENT IN TERTIARY EDUCATION IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR NEW ZEALANDERS?
- Pay, benefit increases being reduced. // Fairfield County Business Journal;10/28/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 43, p18
Focuses on the reduced salary increase budgets and elimination of jobs in the U.S. Preference of employees to give up stock-based rewards and career development opportunities than having benefits or annual pay and bonuses; Effect of economic recession on the human capital investments of...
- Well-off students more likely to pursue postsecondary education. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;9/19/2003, p6
Presents the results of the first Canadian Postsecondary Education Participation Survey. Revelation of students with rich families to pursue postsecondary education; Observation of the drop in postsecondary education in accordance with the decrease in family earnings; Discovery of the median...
- Breaking the Bank To Go to College. Hickey, Jennifer G. // Insight on the News;9/9/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p16
Reports on the increasing cost of post secondary education in the U.S.. Statistics on undergraduate students; Factors that contributed to trends relating to the affordability of a college education; Details on a report issued by the Lumina Foundation for Education; Views on a spending measure...
- The upside of down: Postsecondary enrollment in the Great Recession. Barrow, Lisa; Davis, Jonathan // Economic Perspectives;2012, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p117
The article discusses the post secondary situations after the Great Recession from December 2007 to June 2009 in the U.S. It informs tha the standard model of school enrollment predicts that individuals will enroll in school until the marginal cost of an additional year of education exceeds...
- Student-loan payoff may be next big perk. McFeely, Dan // Indianapolis Business Journal;09/01/97, Vol. 18 Issue 24, p17A
Suggests the payment of student loans as one of the employee benefits for business enterprises. Pretax payroll deductions planned for the student payment of student loans; Support given by the Student Loan Marketing Association to the idea; Applicability of the Tuition Tax Elimination Act.
- HR falls behind in salary rewards. // Personnel Today;5/7/2002, p61
Reports the decline in the average salary of human resources (HR) professionals in Great Britain. Comparison of 2001 with 2002 salaries of HR directors; Decline rate in average salary; Information on wages of management development and health and safety specialists.
- Facing the future. Greenwood, John // Corporate Adviser;Mar2009, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by James Phillipps about alternative to lifestyling and another by Sam Barrett on the effect of the economic downturn on the mental health of the workforces in Great Britain.
- A Decade of Student Financial Aid. // Administrator;Dec2004, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p3
Focuses on the growth in both tuition and student financial aid at postsecondary institutions in the U.S. Details on the increased availability of federal student loans; Changes in student financing; Growth in the percentage of independent students receiving aid.
- Paternalistic approach offers a virtuous circle. Lovewell-Tuck, Debbie // Employee Benefits;Dec2015, p3
The article explains the potential of the paternalistic approach in improving benefits coverage for workers, as the approach covers providing workers with additional benefits like mortgage subsidies and education assistance loans.