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Companies Help Employees Pay Tuition—but Few Accept the Offer

One reason is that even as companies expand eligibility requirements for such programs, the information doesn’t always get to the employees, says Mary Tavarozzi, managing director, group benefits practice at Willis Towers Watson.

Some companies may work with universities to help workers receive credits for training they have received, Mr. Fall says. In addition, he suggests workers inquire about whether the company will be tracking their progress and whether they’ll be rewarded for their academic success.


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