The Effect of Tuition Reimbursement on Turnover: A Case Study Analysis

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Colleen N. Flaherty;
(2007)
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Tuition reimbursement programs provide financial assistance for direct costs of education and are a type of general skills training program commonly offered by employers in the United States. Standard human capital theory argues that investment in firm-specific skills r... View more
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