How Student Loan Assistance Can Lead to Higher Employee Retention and Less Stress

Many of today’s workers struggle to manage their financial lives — and it impacts work more than you may realize. Employees identify money as a top source of financial stress, and 73 percent of workers admit they are distracted by finances at work.


Check out this webinar to learn how Student Loan Assistance can help reduce employee stress at work and increase retention.



During this webcast, you will learn:


  • How financial health impacts workers’ job performance
  • How student debt affects America’s workforce and how companies can help employees fight it with Student Loan Assistance
  • How employer-sponsored Student Loan Assistance can help increase engagement and retention
  • How employers can now offer Student Loan Repayment Tax-Free


David Aronson
CEO, Peanut Butter
Aronson has previously founded six businesses as entrepreneur or intrapreneur. He has served as Senior Director of Business Development at Sears Holdings, and Director of Corporate Development at Gevity, an HR-outsourcing firm. He has 20 years of experience, including business development, B2B sales, HR outsourcing, new products, sales ops, and M&A. Aronson has spoken on student loans at the HR Executives Benefits Leadership Conference, LIMRA’s Worksite Benefits Conference, EBN’s Benefits Forum, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) events, and on Capitol Hill. He can also be found in interviews with the Washington Post, Forbes, and Inc. He holds an MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation from the J.L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BSBA in Finance from Valparaiso University.
Kate Walker
Talent Recruitment Specialist, RCEDC
Kate is a leader in workforce and economic development with an extensive background in business development, education, financial institutions, non-profits, and workforce development. She has been working in the economic development area for over ten years. She currently serves as the Talent Recruitment Specialist for RCEDC and is focused on promoting and onboarding businesses to the Greater Racine County Website. Prior to RCEDC Kate spent almost eight years with Gateway Technical College’s Business and Workforce Solutions where she had roles overseeing customized training and business development. In addition, Kate was the Assistant Director for CATI Inc., the founding Project Director for the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporations South East Location and spent over 10 years in banking.
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