Getting the most from your benefits: A clear view of how student loan repayment can boost employee retention and productivity
Student loan repayment is quickly becoming a popular benefit choice in today's workforce. It's not just great for your people--it can also be good for your business. Worrying about debt can have negative effects on an employee's productivity and ability to save for retirement. This presentation will share why a student loan repayment benefit works as a retention tool for keeping your best employees, how it boosts morale and productivity, and important considerations about implementing a student loan repayment benefit. Greg Fiore from Clearview Advisory, an expert in retirement planning and financial wellness, will share ways you can set up student loan repayment benefits that stay within your budget and complement your other offerings, including your retirement plan.
· Understand why student loan repayment is becoming more popular as a benefit for employees
· Learn about how it can help with employee retention and productivity
· See ways to implement a plan that aligns and complements the other pieces of your benefits package
· Business Acumen
· Human Resources Expertise (HR Knowledge)
Managing Partner, Clearview Advisory
Greg feels a responsibility to help people save for retirement. It's hard for him to see people who've worked their entire lives, only to struggle financially when they reach retirement age. That's why he started a firm to help small- to mid-market employers with their retirement plans. As a principal of Clearview Advisory, Greg Fiore is a specialist in the qualified plan marketplace. His focus is ensuring high vendor performance, driving cost effectiveness, and providing rapid deployment of new qualified plan products and services. He leads a team of people who support clients in every aspect of the retirement planning process. Outside of the office, Greg spends time with his family, and gives back to the community through church and philanthropic organizations.
- SHRM-Atlanta Member: Complimentary
- Non-Member: $30
Re-certification Credit: (1) HRCI General Credit and (1) PDC SHRM Credit
Who Should Attend: HR Professionals, Business Leaders