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Strayer Education Launches StrayerWork Offer
TeleTech is the Second Client to Join the Degrees@Work Program Giving Employees the Opportunity to Earn Debt-Free and Reduced College Tuition from Strayer University
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Revving the engine on college tuition programs by offering 118,000 dealership employees tuition up front.
Florida Fiat Chrysler dealer Randy Dye says the automaker’s pilot program to offer no-cost college educations to dealership employees has helped with recruiting, employee retention and morale.
In a Starbucks-esque move, the auto company will pay for workers’s college degrees in a bid to decrease turnover.
Karl McDonnell, Strayer Education CEO, discusses Chrysler’s new policy for free college tuition to all dealership employees.
Al Gardner, CEO of the Chrysler brand in North America said “Strayer has negotiated a deal that makes it very reasonable and I would be incredibly surprised if a dealer says, I can’t afford to opt into it. A dealer is going to look at this, understand the value proposition and opt in.”
Yet another major company wants to send its workers to school.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) recently announced a new partnership with Strayer@Work, Strayer Education’s newest business division to offer no-cost, no-debt, college degrees to its dealership employees.
FCA US is offering free college courses and degrees from Strayer University to employees who work at its network of franchised auto dealerships — a move the automaker said is designed to attract and retain the best employees.
Confidence and competition are leading more companies to offer their employees tuition assistance benefits. Can higher education capitalize on the opportunity to increase enrollments?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is launching a new program that provides free college tuition for dealership employees, as the automaker looks to combat high turnover in the industry.
Fiat Chrysler’s plan to offer free college educations to employees of its U.S. dealerships will allow dealers to attract and keep high-performing employees, the chairman of the National FCA Dealer Council said.
FCA has announced that if you work at a Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep or Ram dealership in the U.S. you’ll have the opportunity to earn a no-cost, no debt college diploma through Strayer University.