WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The competition to attract and retain talent is real. Companies are offering sign-on bonuses, flexible hours and a range of other perks to fill even entry-level jobs. Yet one benefit that job hunters and young employees say they want isn't being embraced: employer repayment of student loan debt.
First Tech Federal Credit Union and Technology Association of Oregon invite you to a deep dive on Wednesday, April 3rd from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm at Ruby Receptionists into how student debt is affecting job seekers and how companies providing loan repayment support or consolidation can gain a competitive advantage.
Attendees will find out what universities, companies, and financial institutions are doing to help ease the burden of this increasing debt. Including hearing from a panel which will include a local company representative committed to helping their employees pay off debt, regional university financial aid representative, and a member of the First Tech Federal Credit Union team who might have a solution for borrowers.
Together they help answer the question- how the burden of student debt a impacts employee health and productivity in the workplace and what can be done to alleviate it.
Chief Community Engagement Officer
Technology Association of Oregon
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The conversation will be most relevant for regional Human Resources professionals, recruiters, and business leaders in all areas of business.
ABOUT FIRST TECH FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
First Tech Federal Credit Union is the nation’s premier credit union serving the world’s leading technology-oriented companies and their employees. First Tech is recognized as the industry catalyst for delivering effortless banking experiences to more than 500,000 members through its 42 branch locations, more than 5,400 CO-OP Shared Branch locations, 30,000 CO-OP Network ATMs, and online platforms.