In this issue, we look at how employers might be affected by student debt payments, which resumed in October after a 43-month pause. The ADP Research Institute has found that workers who consider themselves heavily burdened by student debt are far more likely to be in the process of quitting their jobs in search of higher pay.
We also explore the bottom-line impact of stress and deliver interesting findings on HR staffing and the nursing shortage. For folks in need of a little whimsy, there’s an examination of pay levels at the North Pole.
Join Dr. Nela Richardson, ADP chief economist and head of the ADP Research Institute, for this dynamic and informative session to learn:
- Why employers should care about student loan payments.
- How workplace stress can be a motivator.
- What might be behind the nursing shortage.
- The relationship between HR staffing and employee retention.
Today at Work blends ADP data representing more than 25 million U.S. workers with nearly a decade of survey responses from some 500,000 workers in 29 countries. Combined, these datasets provide a recurring, people-centered, and comprehensive view of the world of work.
The quarterly report taps that intelligence to deliver a complete view of the employee’s job lifecycle, one that’s rooted in data from every career touchpoint and coupled with survey responses that capture how people feel about the workplace and how those feelings drive employee actions.
Pending approval for HRCI, 1 SHRM and 1 CPE credit for live attendees who meet credit criteria.
Today at Work: Why employers should care about student loan debt (plus the latest labor market analysis you can’t afford to miss)