Peanut Butter was listed by Built In Chicago as one of five local edtech companies having a positive impact on the lives of students and recent graduates.
Peanut Butter CEO, David Aronson, is proud to speak at the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference (HBLC), organized by Human Resource Executive magazine. The conference runs April 24-26, 2019 at the Aria Resort & Casino, Las Vegas.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only a third of employees who have access to a retirement program are actively using it to save for their future. Many either don’t see the benefit at this stage in their lives or they simply can’t afford to contribute until they have paid off their student debt.
With 2019 right around the corner, your orginization may be thinking you missed the boat on adding some new benefits to next year's offering. While that may be the case for other benefits, it doesn't have to be the case for Student Loan Assistance. Peanut Butter has streamlined the process, so you can begin offering it today (it's true - which is one of the reasons we have a 5-star rating on G2 Crowd)!
Hiring is hard. While this has always been the case, it is ringing true now more than ever. As the unemployment rate nears its lowest point in 50 years, the number of people leaving their jobs continues to go up. Workers feel confident that if (read: when) they leave their current company, they'll be able to find better pay and/or a better position elsewhere. This has not only made it increasingly difficult for employers to retain high-performing employees, but it's also create additional competition in getting top talent to accept offers.
As we covered in our last post, Peanut Butter makes it extremely simple for employers to begin helping employees manage their student debt by offering Student Loan Resources. When companies provide access to Student Loan Resources, employees are able begin taking charge of their student loans immediately. However, when companies are ready to accelerate their impact, they can begin offering Student Loan Repayment with a few clicks of a button through their Peanut Butter Dashboard.
With Millennial workers now making up the vast majority of the workforce and the post-millenial generation beginning to make an entrance, there's no surprise that half of employees are unsatisfied with benefits provided to them by their employers. Companies have tried to add additional perks, such as trendy office spaces or Friday happy hours, to round out their benefits package and satisfy the younger members of their organizations.
Peanut Butter client, Rise Interactive, spoke recently with Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz of the Chicago Tribune about why they decided to launch a Student Loan Assistance program. Read what Nicole Skaluba, Rise's Director of Employee Services, had to say in an excerpt from the article below or view the original version of the article here.
School is ending for the class of 2018, and employers across the nation are getting ready to welcome them into the workforce. For some of these new grads, this is when their parents take a first step back and let them stand on their own two feet.
As these new grads’ employer, not only are you responsible for helping them start successful careers; you’re oftentimes helping them start their independent lives. This is a huge privilege and responsibility! To help smooth the transition for these new professionals, consider these six things:
I recently got my hands on the latest Aflac WorkForces Report (AWR), and it is chock full of valuable insights about how employees and employers view the benefits offered in today’s market. The full report has great insights on benefits trends and attitudes, but here we’ve highlighted the top points below as it relates to hiring and retaining employee talent, and how the right benefits package can help.
Do you, like many employers, feel like you are bending over backwards to create an environment that's awesome to work in but still losing top employees? Or, are you struggling with finding decent talent and then actually getting them to accept your company's offer? If you answered yes to either of these questions or are finding it hard to reach your hiring goals, there's a good chance your company's value proposition is misaligned with what current and perspective employees actually want.