These days, it’s hardly considered unusual for working adults to return to school. In many cases, this is done to make them more efficient at their jobs and broaden their knowledge of their respective fields. However, in addition to being time-consuming, going back to school is often fiscally cumbersome, particularly for people who already have a plethora of financial obligations. This is where employer assistance comes into play. For the purpose of cultivating an educated workforce, many employers agree to fund their employees’ continued education. However, due to limited resources, certain companies don’t grant every request for tuition reimbursement. When deciding who’s deserving of educational assistance, employers tend to prioritize the following types of worker.


Proven Assets

If an employee has proven him or herself an asset, it’s in the best interest of their employer to keep them happy. Failure to do so can lead to decreased job performance …

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