The New Tuition Assistance and Loan Repayment Benchmarks: Key Findings from the 2018 State of Education Benefits
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Education benefits are surging, as employers scramble to attract skilled workers. But in 3.7% unemployment, competing for talent is harder than ever.
As a result, tuition assistance and student loan repayment need to do more for your business. (And they can.)
Join this webinar to learn what separates the high-performing programs from the rest. You’ll walk away with:
- Fresh data on traditional and new benchmarks for tuition and student loan programs
- A roadmap for building education benefits that boost recruitment, retention, and promotion rates
- Industry-specific analysis, including healthcare, retail, and manufacturing
Don’t miss this chance to find out how your education benefits measure up with others in your industry – based on research covering more than 1,000 large employers – and gain specific learnings you can apply at your organization.
Director of Benefits
Memorial Hermann Health System
John Eshleman is the Director of Benefits for Memorial Hermann Health System, a 26,000 employee not-for-profit health system in Houston, Texas. He was instrumental in bringing a Student Loan Repayment program to the suite of benefits that Memorial Hermann offers its employees. The program, now three years old, has been a powerful tool for retention and recruiting.
John has 20 years’ experience in employee benefits, both in consulting and corporate benefits. John holds the CEBS, ISCEBS Fellow, SHRM-SCP, and SPHR designations. He is currently a national committee member for ISCEBS and is a past-president of the Houston Chapter of ISCEBS.
Senior Director of Product Marketing
Jonathan has spent the last decade at the intersection of HR strategy and employee benefits. Working alongside HR leaders and total rewards experts, he focuses on the success factors that help convert a leader’s vision into an impactful program. An active participant in the HR community, Jonathan has led presentations and workshops at numerous industry events and is a regular contributor to the Bright Horizons Solutions at Work blog. He holds an MBA from Clark University.