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America's largest retailer will cover 100 percent of college tuition for its workers
by Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business
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14 August 2021
On 14 August 2021 CNN reported:
Walmart will pay for full college tuition and book costs at some schools for its US workers, the latest effort by the largest private employer in the country to sweeten its benefits as it seeks to attract and retain talent in a tight job market. The program includes 10 academic partners ranging from the University of Arizona to Southern New Hampshire University. Participants must remain part-time or full-time employees at Walmart to be eligible.
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... Walmart has incentive to expand the program. Employees who have participated in the program are twice as likely to get promoted and are retained at a 'significantly higher rate' than other workers, Lorraine Stomski, senior vice president of learning and leadership at Walmart, said on a call with reporters Tuesday [27 July].
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