Looking to recruit and retain top talent? You’re gonna need a bigger benefits package – and health insurance and a competitive retirement plan need to be at the top of that list. That’s the word from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). The 2017 EBRI/Greenwald & Associates Health and Voluntary Workplace Benefits Survey reported the following: […]

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The numbers are in: 25-35 year-olds are contributing far less than expected to retirement and other savings plans – and sky-high monthly college debt service requirements are a big part of the reason why. According to data from EdVisors, those graduating from college in the year 2015 are leaving school with a record $35,051 in […]

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The prominent professional services, accounting and auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is now trying to attract the most talented recent college graduates by adding a student loan repayment plan as an employee benefit, the company recently announced. The benefit, worth up to $1,200 per year, will be offered to all new fulltime hires at the associate and […]

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