What is Purchasing Power?
Purchasing Power is the premier employee purchase program that gives employees an easy, responsible way to buy name brand products through payroll deduction.
Through the Purchasing Power employee purchase program, your employees can purchase:
- Computers and Tablets
- Home Appliances
- Furniture and Mattresses
- Fitness Equipment and Sporting Goods
- Nursery and Baby Gear
- Professional Certifications, College Courses, SAT/ACT test prep
Giving employees access to Purchasing Power allows your company to offer a more competitive voluntary benefits package without additional cost or liability. Purchasing Power supports your HR objectives, including increased job satisfaction and retention, and helps your company become a more desirable place to work.
Education Made Easy Through Purchasing Power
Education is expensive – for both employers and employees! During the last 25 years, the cost of higher education has grown 440%. College tuition is growing faster than the median household income and even the price of healthcare. Many of your employees are struggling to save for education, and are looking for alternative financing sources.
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This white paper explores educational services as a new, much-needed voluntary benefit. The paper examines the financial crisis that traditional education is undergoing, the resulting surge in popularity of online education programs and the pay-off for employers who offer educational services through an employee purchase program.
Here are just a few companies using Purchasing Power.
In 2010, the Director of Recruitment and Benefits for Valley Baptist Health System, was looking for ways to enhance her organization's benefits package. Because Valley Baptist is one of the largest private employers in south Texas, Brown was seeking innovative benefits offerings while considering new ways to provide more value to employees.