.
Browse All Videos

Entering Indebted: Addressing the Student Debt Crisis to Improve Employees' Financial Wellness

Members: please log-in to unlock complimentary access

hero image

Student debt is rising at a dramatic pace: in 2016, the average graduate had $37,172 in student loan debt. The stress connected to alleviating this debt is felt by employees across all age groups, from Generation Z and Millennials to those pursuing graduate degrees, to parents paying for their children’s education.

This, in turn, has damaging repercussions on organizations, including reduced employee productivity (e.g.: $7,000 in lost value per employee each year) as well as turnover rates above 40%. 

Participants will learn more about the surprising prevalence of student debt among today’s workforce, as well as how companies are choosing to address this growing concern. They will get the opportunity to explore the benefits and challenges of integrating student debt assistance into employee benefits packages, and how to gain buy-in from company executives.

Key Takeaways
• Awareness of the national student debt crisis as one of the primary challenges affecting today’s workforce.
• Understanding of how this crisis is draining resources amongst U.S. organizations in the form of diminished employee productivity and high turnover costs.
• Perspective on how current financial benefits such as e.g. 401(k) programs are failing to alleviate this issue and have, as a result, become less impactful.
• Knowledge of the ways in which the American market has started to address employee student debt.
• Learnings on how an organization can begin to improve employee financial wellness


Tara Fung


Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are nonrefundable. Playback and the on-demand recorded session will be available 30 days following the live event, and you can access the session for 90 days. Your 90-day access begins the day of order.

Member Free

Non-Member $149

Related Videos  

Members: please log-in to unlock complimentary access

Add to Cart
Video Thumbnail

Where is the Line on Making Public Pay Gap Disclosures & Should You Cross It?

For those ready to “go public,” this session will discuss the practical considerations and best practices for what to say when making public statements about pay equity.

Members: please log-in to unlock complimentary access

Add to Cart
Video Thumbnail

Establishing and Maintaining Pay Equity in a Changing Market Environment

Learn how to identify pay equity pain points and their impacts. After this session, you will leave with several proven strategies and tools for establishing pay equity within your organization.

Members: please log-in to unlock complimentary access

Add to Cart
Video Thumbnail

Pay Equity for U.S. Federal Contractors: How to Navigate Your Next OFCCP Review

Watch this session for a lively discussion of OFCCP’s current compensation directive, the agency’s ever-evolving approach to analyzing pay, and...

Members: please log-in to unlock complimentary access

Add to Cart
Video Thumbnail

The Link Between Variable Pay and Business Results

Learn all about the major categories of variable pay and the key differences between short and long-term incentive plans, bonus plans, and what to consider when evaluating recognition plans.

Have Questions?

Phone

+1 877 951 9191

USA and Canada

+1 480 951 9191

Other Countries

Online

Email Us