Tuition Reimbursement Agreement Employer
Educational assistance is useful for employers because able employees continue to grow and develop knowledge, and they bring both back into your organization. Employees who remain active in the practice of learning are looking for ways and methods to learn from any environment. In most cases, employers limit the amount of educational assistance available to workers. Employers either set a limit on the dollars available per employee per year, or they set the number of classes they will pay per year and per employee through the education allowance. When help is available, the most widely used method of managing the program requires employees to pay their own tuition and books when enrolling in teaching. . . .