Starbucks Sends All Employees To College For Free
Starbucks plans to announce on Monday that it will cover college tuition for its workers if they take online classes with Arizona State University (ASU).
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Loans For Starbucks Employees
Generally, an employer is free to make loans to employees for any purpose, and low cost or interest-free loans are commonly offered as an employee benefit. However, issues may arise if a company lends money to enable employees to acquire shares in that company or a group company.
A payroll loan is a cash advance that is given to a borrower based on their employment status and income. A payroll loan is also known as a payday loan because the amount of the loan is typically scheduled for repayment upon getting paid by an employer.
The funds do need to be repaid. So the applicant will need to pay back FEEA through a recurring, weekly or monthly payroll allotment. While the length and terms of that schedule will vary, but regardless, the loans will be repaid a little at a time, each and every month. Clients normally get 10 months at most to repay the funds, with money withdrawn from each paycheck over that period of time.