XCOM 285 Week 7 Assignment Tuition Reimbursement Implementation Report

XCOM 285 Week 7 Assignment Tuition Reimbursement Implementation Report

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1 Tuition Reimbursement Vincent Mcfarland Axia College University of Phoenix
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2 We are pleased to announce some outstanding news for employees looking to further their education. Our company has added a tuition reimbursement plan into the budget. A higher degree could open opportunities for many employees here at the company. This document will explain the career opportunities available to those with a business or communications degree, potential earnings for these employees, and how our company can benefit from this education program. You may be asking what does getting a degree entail? According to the Career Information handbook, “A degree program in Business Communications typically leads to an associate or bachelor's degree and teaches students such skills as public speaking, written communications, communications software use, media interactions and interviewing” (Career Information for a Degree in Business Communications, 2010). By obtaining a business or communications degree, you will be opening doors to a career you may have never thought existed for you. There is literally a world of opportunity out there awaiting you, and you can obtain it all courtesty of, and within our company! A common misconception is that you may be too old to go back to school, or that it wouldn’t fit into your schedule. First of all, you are never too old to go back to school. People now are getting degree well into their fifties and sixties! And in regard to scheduling, colleges now offer online courses and night courses to fit around your schedule. You will not have to work any less at your current job. A degree opens up possibilities for employment in advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, sales, product promotions, news analysis, and correspondence reporting (Job Descriptions: Business Communications, 2008)
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This note was uploaded on 06/26/2011 for the course XCOM/285 285 taught by Professor Providence during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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XCOM 285 Week 7 Assignment Tuition Reimbursement Implementation Report

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