Webinar: The student loan debt crisis and the employee benefit opportunity


OnCore Human Capital Management and StuLo Financial Wellness are sponsoring a webinar to discuss student loan benefits with its brokers and consultants.

Hello Brokers and Consultants:

Student loan debt relief benefits are one of the most talked about and under-utilized benefits in the employee benefits market today.

According to the Society of Human Resource Management, only 4% of employers offer this benefit today. The U.S. currently has a total student loan debt burden of over 1.4 trillion dollars affecting 44 million Americans. In this tight job market this can be a big differentiator in a benefits package. An employer contribution can help reduce the repayment time for an average student loan balance by four years.

Join us for the this webinar with Ben Rozum from StuLo and let us help you navigate through the regulation red tape and learn how to execute a Student Loan Benefit and strengthen your total benefits package.

Registration Details:

Date : January 23rd

Time : 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM PST

Location: WebEx – login info sent upon response to this invite

How to register:

Click the following email address: tpfeifer@oncorehcm.com and include this information in the body:

- Name

- Agency Name

- Contact Number

- Email

StuLo offers voluntary and low-cost options for your employer and association group clients.To learn more about StuLo or to request a client proposal, please visit our website , email us, or call us today at 602.888.8144.

Ben Rozum

​Founder | Start-up Entrepreneur | Company Culture Creator | Executive Leader

Connect with me on: LinkedIn

StuLo is an affordable benefit solution that is focused on financial wellness, student loan debt relief and credit repair services that is designed to help employees and association members. StuLo is easy to implement because it has a voluntary option that requires no cost and no administration. To learn more, visit https://StuLoWellness.com.

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