Should employers provide benefits to gig workers?

Should employers provide benefits to gig workers?

40 percent of the U.S. workforce is part of the gig economy Between 54 and 68 million Americans consider themselves an independent contractor, self-employed, temp, contract worker, outside consultant, freelance worker, temporary worker, or contingent worker. This...
Employees Need Help with Student Loan Servicers

Employees Need Help with Student Loan Servicers

What is a Student Loan Servicer? If you hold federal student loans, you borrowed money from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) via their Federal Student Aid program. To handle the repayment of those loans, ED uses student loan servicers. Currently, there are 9...
5 Job Perks Small Businesses Can Afford

5 Job Perks Small Businesses Can Afford

Offering elaborate perks such as catered meals, on-site massages, and yoga classes have become expected benefits at large, high profile corporations. Meanwhile, millions of small and midsize companies continue to seek reasonable small business perks conducive to...
New Standards for Student Loan Benefit Programs

New Standards for Student Loan Benefit Programs

Student Loan Guidance & Contribution (SLGC) programs have become the hot benefit for attracting and retaining college-educated talent. With numerous companies offering various versions of SLGC,  it’s hard to know what should be included in your benefits. A...
How to Implement a Student Loan Benefit

How to Implement a Student Loan Benefit

After deciding to offer a student loan benefit, the last thing you want to deal with is a confusing implementation process. Implementing a student loan benefit should require minimal effort. Payment Purchasing is the first step in the implementation process....