October 16, 2013
19701 S. Hamilton Ave.
Torrance, CA 90502
Dear Dr. Price:
Getting our employers to advance their skills and education is why I suggest that the company moves forward in instituting a tuition reimbursement program. It can give employees a great chance to return to college to complete an undergraduate degree or technical certificate.
There are a lot of benefits to come from starting a tuition reimbursement program for our employees. Well educated employees can be more productive and can bring more money to the company. The employees can improve their skills, have a better reputation, and increase the possibly of moving up in the chain of command for better pay. Also it is better to pay for their education rather than having to go through the turn-over rate.
By introducing this reimbursement program to the employees we already attain, we are insuring loyalty and support. Not to mention that their education will be paid for and all they have to worry about is focusing on school and learn the information so they can apply it to their work. Their education can bring fresh and new ideas for the company.
Don’t see it as giving away free money to our employees. In order to receive the tuition reimbursement, they should be a full time employee while being a part time student. They would have to have a high school diploma or equivalent completed. Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher to continue getting benefits with no failing grades. Making sure they are in good standing with the company; meaning they don’t have no more than two write-ups and are not in probation. Before choosing any school they would have to be preapproved first and after finishing the program they must stay with the company for at least one year.
There are a couple of employees who have not attended college right now and that have not finished their education. It cost about $600 per semester per person. That amount includes...