Straight A's for tuition benefits

November 2008
Employee Benefit News;Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 14, p62
The article reports on tuition benefits offered by businesses in the U.S. to its employees. According to a study by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (ic4p), majority of organizations provide tuition assistance to employees. It is noted that tuition reimbursement benefits both employees and employers. It is asserted that work-life balance programs should be seen as a privilege by employees.


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